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LINCOLN PUBLIC LIBRARY, MASS. 



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October 2007 L.H.R. 2005 



TOWN OF LINCOLN 



2005 ANNUAL TOWN REPORT 





About the Cover: 

Much of the work done by the Board of Selectmen over the last year was focused on the 
Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process. The Hanscom Area Towns Selectmen 
(HATS), made up of the four towns of Bedford, Concord, Lincoln, and Lexington, worked 
together with Governor Romney and Senator Kennedy to demonstrate the value of 
Hanscom Air Force Base (HAFB) to both the area economy and national defense. In the 
fall of 2005 BRAC determined that the Base would remain open. Sara Mattes served as 
Chairman of HATS during the entire process. 



REPORT 



of the 



OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 



of the 



TOWN OF LINCOLN 



FOR THE YEAR 2005 




LINCOLN, MASSACHUSETTS 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 



TOWN INFORMATION 5 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT 

Board of Selectmen 7 

Officers and Committees 13 

Town Clerk 27 

Vital Statistics 27 

Annual Town Meeting 29 

FINANCE 

Town Treasurer/ Collector 51 

Town Accountant 55 

Board of Assessors 57 

Collector of Taxes 59 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 

Information Services 61 

PROTECTION OF PERSON AND PROPERTY 

Police Department 63 

Fire Department 66 

Inspectors of Buildings, Wiring and Plumbing 69 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 70 

HEALTH AND WELFARE 

Board of Health 71 

Council on Aging 73 

Dog Officer • 76 

Disabilities Commission 77 

PLANNING AND PUBLIC WORKS 

Planning Board 78 

Board of Appeals 80 

Conservation Commission 83 

Lincoln Land Conservation Trust 89 

Housing Commission 92 

Water Commission 94 

Public Works 96 

Recycling Committee 98 

Pierce Property Committee 100 

Cemetery Commission 101 

Codman Community Farm 102 

Metropolitan Planning Council 104 

Personnel Board 108 



Historic District Commission and 

Lincoln Historic Commission 109 

Community Preservation Committee 1 1 

Cable Advisory Committee 112 

Commissioners of Trust Funds 113 

Capital Planning Committee 115 

LIBRARY, RECREATION AND SCHOOLS 

Lincoln Public Library 116 

Recreation Committee 125 

Celebrations Committee 127 

Lincoln School Committee 128 
Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School Committee 137 

Lincoln-Sudbury Scholarship Fund 151 

VALUATION LIST 



TOWN INFORMATION 



BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
LINCOLN SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



LINCOLN SUDBURY REGIONAL 
SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

BOARD OF ASSESSORS 



PLANNING BOARD 

HOUSING COMMISSION 

OTHER COMMITTEES 

POPULATION 
TOWN AREA 
2005-2006 TAX RATE 

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 



ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS 
QUALIFICATION FOR REGISTRATION 
REGISTERED VOTERS 
TOWN OFFICES 



Monday evenings, 7:30 PM 
Town Offices, 781-259-2600 

Generally held two Thursdays per 
Month; Please visit www.lincnet.org or 
call 781-259-9409 for more information. 

Second and fourth Tuesday of the month 
7:30 PM; High School Conference Room 

Friday mornings, Town Offices, subject to 
change. Call: 781-259-2611 

First and third Wednesday of the month 
7:30 PM, Town Offices. Call 781-259-2610 

Second and Fourth Tuesday of each month 
7:30 AM, Town Offices 

See bulletin board, Town Offices, or visit the 
official Town website: www.lincolntown.org 

5,375 

14.56 square miles 



Residential 
Commercial 



$9.30 
$11.72 



March 25, 2006 

(Saturday before the last Monday in March, 
except when it falls on the Saturday before 
Easter Sunday then it is held on the 
Saturday following Easter). 

March 27, 2006 

US citizenship and residence in the Town 

3,645 (as of December 30, 2005) 

Open Monday through Friday 
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (closed Saturdays) 
Telephone-781 -259-2600 (Selectmen Office) 
Telephone-781 -259-2607 (Town Clerk) 



BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Sara A. Mattes 
Gary A. Taylor 
Sarah Cannon Holden, Chair 

Timothy S. Higgins, Town Administrator 

Amidst the demands and every day concerns of the Board of Selectmen it is 
essential, if we are to keep focused and grounded, to refer on a regular basis to Lincoln's 
Vision Statement. In this year's annual report we begin with the statement as a reminder 
for all to ponder once again. 

Lincoln is a town that cherishes its rural, agricultural character, its small-town 
heritage, its open space, and its historical legacy. The town is committed to: 

• Achieving a balance between preserving these values while making 
reasonable provision for citizens' safety and convenience; 

• Fostering economic, racial/ethnic, and age diversity among its citizenry 
through its educational, housing and other public policies; 

• Excellence in its public educational system, and 

• The Town Meeting form of government and the traditions of civic 
leadership and volunteer public service. 

In the spirit of this vision we held our fourth annual State of the Town (SoTT) 
meeting on November 5, 2005. In addition to the reports distributed by all the major town 
boards alerting everyone to the upcoming fiscal year issues, we used this year's SoTT 
meeting for a mini-conference on land use planning. We opened a town-wide 
conversation about alternative uses of significant parcels of land which are for sale or 
which may come up for sale in the near future. The intent of the exercise was to help us 
better understand the choices and the trade-offs that could occur under differing 
development scenarios and to demonstrate that choices made on one parcel have 
impacts throughout the town. . 

The so called At Risk Properties Committee (ARPC) was charged by the Board 
of Selectmen to: 

1. identify properties that raise concerns for the Town regarding 
development because of location, size and/ or potential change in 
status; monitor activities for these properties; 

2. contact owners and developer regarding their interests; 

3. inform Town boards and staff about these properties and receive their 
input; 

4. convey to owners/ developers information on the Town's needs, values 
and concerns about these properties; and 

5. direct owners/developers to initial proceedings with Town boards at the 
earliest opportunities. 



The ARPC hired a consultant who analyzed six "at risk" parcels of land and 
presented alternative development scenarios with the resulting impact on town 
infrastructure including the schools, public safety, and taxes. 

Properties targeted in the assessment are located throughout Lincoln and were 
chosen because we are aware of current development interest and because they pose 
significant threats or opportunities not only for nearby neighborhoods, but also for the 
Town as a whole. They included: 

• The BIIC property - over thirty acres located on Route 2 at Crosby's Corners; 

• The Denormandie property - fifty-five acres on Route 2 near Tracy's (the 
intersection with Bedford Rd.; 

• The Kennedy property - nine acres on the one-way section of Winter St. near 
the intersection with Old County Rd.; 

• A five acre parcel adjacent to Minuteman Technical High School in North 
Lincoln; 

• The Ridge Road Apartments - an existing thirty-six unit apartment complex 
located behind the Cambridge Trust Bank near the Mall; and 

• The Farrington Estate - over 90 acres located on Route 2 adjacent to Gerard's 
Farm Stand. 

Relevant development scenarios were analyzed for each property. Among these were: 
standard two-acre residential; high-density residential (Chapter 40B); commercial; 
religious/institutional (tax and zoning exempt); open space/conservation. The analysis 
quantified quality-of-life impacts such as increased traffic and environmental degradation 
in addition to assessing financial effects resulting from demand for municipal services and 
tax revenues generated. Detailed results from the ARPC's study are available in the 
Library and are posted on the Town's website. 

Several interesting observations were drawn from the ARPC study. Residential 
housing, the overwhelmingly dominant form of development in Lincoln, does not typically 
pay for itself in the sense of generating sufficient tax revenue to cover services required by 
the household. Business as usual, thus may not be a sensible approach for the future. 
High-density residential development involves both financial and quality of life burdens. 
However, it provides needed housing diversity, and a "friendly" project could free the Town 
from the threat of Chapter 40B. Commercial development involves the potential of 
significant threats to quality of life, but it may also have positive financial impacts. It thus 
might merit serious consideration if designed and cited appropriately. Finally, 
conservation of open space, while often requiring significant outlays of public funds and 
not contributing to our "affordable: housing inventory, has salutary long-run financial 
benefits (by retarding development that does not pay for itself) in addition to honoring our 
vision of rural, agricultural heritage in Lincoln. 

Discussion at the SoTT was lively and quite helpful to the BOS and other boards 
that must deal with land use matters. Citizens broadly supported a proactive approach to 
development threats and responded positively to consideration of limited commercial 
development if quality of life impacts can be effectively mitigated. The dialogue regarding 
land use and potential development will continue as developers' plans materialize. The 
Planning Board also intends to engage the Town to address possible development of a 
Master Plan for Lincoln. We are indebted to citizens who participated at the SoTT and 
hope that they will remain actively involved in helping shape the Town's future. 



Much of our work for the upcoming year will center around the follow up to the 
SoTT meeting. If we are to shape our future we must be out ahead of the forces which 
will inevitably challenge us. 



A Look at the Past Year: Selectmen's Report Card 

At the 2004 SoTT Meeting the Selectmen set out goals for 2005 in the following areas: 

• Participation and leadership in the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) 
process with regard to Hanscom Air Force Base (HAFB) and contingency 
planning for potential outcomes involving closure of the base or scaling back its 
activities; 

• Continuation of discussion of ways to support agriculture and agricultural 
initiatives; 

• Development and implementation of water management and conservation 
programs that will assure protection of Lincoln's precious water resources while 
meeting local recreational and agricultural needs; and 

• Engaging citizens in a discussion of how we can most effectively and efficiently 
poll residents and establish consensus concerning the Town's guiding principles 
for the future. 

We have worked hard to fulfill these goals. 

"Hanscom" 

Hanscom means two very different things to Lincoln. To some "Hanscom" is 
used to refer to Hanscom Air Force Base; to others, the name refers to Massport's civilian 
airport/field. 
Lincoln is a member of two organizations that deal with "Hanscom" related issues: 

• Hanscom Field Advisory Commission (HFAC) works with representatives of 
Lexington, Bedford, Concord, and the business and aviation communities based 
at L.G. Hanscom Air Field to address operational issues at the air field. 

• Hanscom Area Towns (HATS), made up of Selectmen, Planning Board and other 
Selectman-appointed representatives, is a forum to address airfield, air force 
base and broader regional development issues. 

BRAC and HAFB 

Hanscom Air Force Base 

Our major challenge over the last year was to work to ensure that Hanscom Air 
Force Base (HAFB) would remain our valued partner and neighbor. It was threatened by 
the potential of a base closure through the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) 
process. 

As one of the four member towns (Bedford, Concord, Lexington, Lincoln) in 
HATS and under the leadership of HATS Chair Sara Mattes, we participated extensively in 
the effort to retain HAFB. The lead in this effort fell to the Massachusetts Defense 
Technology Initiative (Mass DTI) chaired by Senator Ted Kennedy and Governor Mitt 
Romney. As HATS Chair, Sara Mattes served as the representative on the Leadership 



Team of the Mass DTI and played an important role in shaping the campaign to ensure 
local voices were heard and base expansion plans were sensitive to community concerns. 
At the same time she made it clear that the HATS communities were supportive of the 
continued presence of HAFB. 

The hard work paid off in May when the Pentagon recommended that the base 
not only remain open but grow by a modest amount. The Department of Defense (DoD) 
recommendations were sent to an independent commission for study and review. The 
DTI continued its campaign to communicate to the BRAC Commission that the DoD 
recommendations were sound and that the Commonwealth was ready, willing and able to 
execute the development plan for growth including offering support for infrastructure 
through passage of a bond bill. 

In August the BRAC Commission endorsed the concept that HAFB was key to 
our national defense, but decided that it was not necessary to grow to achieve that 
mission. The Commission decision was then approved by Congress. Thus, the 
immediate future of HAF has been secured.. We will continue to work to "BRAC-proof 
Hanscom Air Force Base for the inevitable next round of proposed base closures. 

Concurrent with our efforts to retain the base, Town Administrator Tim Higgins 
identified and received federal funds for a planning grant for HATS to develop scenarios in 
the case of a base closure. In addition the HATS Boards of Selectmen met several times 
in executive session to develop a contract to use in the event we needed to partner with 
private development entities in the closure scenario. Although closure was fortunately 
avoided, all this Hanscom-related effort by the four HATS communities has created a 
close working relationship that we hope will continue to serve all of us well in the future. 

Thus not only are we pleased with the outcome at HAFB, but pleased as well 
with the regional cooperation that should carry forward to new endeavors. One new 
initiative of this sort involves discussions about forming a regional municipal electrical 
cooperative, and working to seek passage of legislation that would facilitate such an 
endeavor. 

Hanscom: Massport's Civilian Airport 

The civilian airport provided another challenge as private jet traffic continues to 
grow and Massport continue to seek expansion to attract the corporate jet market. The 
most recent effort to grow the civilian airport is with the proposed Crosspoint development. 
This proposal would increase infrastructure by 50%, offering a new terminal and hanger 
space. 

In addition, the Crosspoint proposal has raised serious public safety and 
environmental concerns as the location of a new jet fuel storage tank is proposed to be 
adjacent to a runway crash zone, and on top of a Zone Two water protection area. 

HATS filed a "fail-safe" petition to the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, 
requesting a full environmental review of the Crosspoint proposal. While the petition was 
denied, the HATS Selectmen were heartened that the Secretary of Environmental Affairs 
recognized the serious concerns of the communities and directed the Department of 
Environmental Protection to become directly involved in review and oversight of any 
development in this area. HATS and the Lincoln Selectmen will continue to monitor this 
situation and explore all options, including litigation, to challenge what we consider to be 
incompatible development. 

Finally, the HATS experience in the BRAC proved that our communities and 
Massport could establish a constructive and productive working relationship through 
shared goals. We hope to build on that experience and find a mechanism for civil 
dialogue with Massport, and to seek more creative ways to control growth and to limit the 



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deleterious effects of more jet traffic over head and more vehicular traffic on the Battle 
Road. 



Agriculture - Preserving and Promoting Agriculture 

As we mentioned last year, agriculture continues to be threatened by changes in 
development patterns across Massachusetts. In Lincoln, we have managed to preserve 
valuable agricultural land, and even add some new agricultural efforts such as the 
vineyard and winery, and numerous Community Supported Agricultural (CSA) endeavors. 
We committed to exploring the formation of an Agricultural Commission to ensure we 
continue not only preserving and protecting, but also promoting and expanding agriculture 
in Lincoln. To this end, the BOS convened a meeting over the summer where citizens 
came together to hear from Peter Westover from the Massachusetts Department of 
Agriculture about the formation of Agricultural Commissions across the state. For that 
meeting, we had collected materials from other communities, including sample by-laws, 
charges and warrant articles. A small number of those gathered agreed to review these 
documents and present alternatives that they believed would be most suitable. We 
anticipate bringing a charge for an Agricultural Commission to the Town Meeting in 2006. 
While we recognize that the BOS has the authority to charge and appoint such a 
commission, we believe that, given that agricultural is such an essential part of our 
heritage, the town should be asked for a "sense of the town" vote to affirm this important 
step. We hope to have this discussion at the 2006 Town Meeting. 

Water Management and Conservation - Natural Resources Committee 

We appointed the Natural Resources Committee (NRC) in response to the many 
and varied challenges to our natural resources. It became apparent that there were many 
cross-jurisdictional issues and that it was important to bring together the various boards 
and interest groups so that they could share creative energies. Under the capable 
leadership of Sue Klem and John Snell the NRC has worked tirelessly and well to fulfill its 
mission. The first recommendation to the Town, which is related to water conservation, will 
be put before Town Meeting this year. 

THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN'S GOALS FOR THE COMING YEAR. 

The 2006 goal of the Board of Selectmen is "to establish consensus concerning 
the Town's guiding principles for the future" in the ongoing discussions with the town 
about who we want to be, how we want to look and the legacy we want to leave to the 
generations that follow. It is essential as we go forward as your elected representatives 
that we have a clear sense of your preferences and that you have an appreciation of the 
complexities surrounding our decisions. 

We hope that next year we can report the following: 

• We have a minimum of 10% affordable housing and have been able to stave off 
a hostile 40B development; 

• Re-development of the Mall, including affordable housing units, is underway; 

• We have been able to work closely and cooperatively with owners of large 
parcels of land to protect the land and/or develop it consistent with our core 
values; 



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• The Town has undertaken a thorough discussion of the merits of developing a 
Master Plan. 

• We believe that we are on a course that is sustainable in the long run given fiscal 
constraints and expressed goals of the Town. 

We meet every Monday night at Town Offices at 7:30. There is an open time set 
aside in the early part of every agenda for citizens to bring matters to our attention. We 
welcome your visit and your input. If you prefer to make an appointment you may do so 
through our offices at 781-259-2600. The town website is www.lincolntown.org . 

Committee/Board Appointments made by the Board of Selectmen 

A town government such as ours relies heavily upon volunteer help. We are 
constantly looking for people willing to participate on the several committees and boards 
to which we appoint members. Some take more time than others; all offer great 
challenges as well as opportunities for learning and community. We all started 
somewhere on boards that are not demanding or tasks forces that are of limited duration. 
We encourage everyone to explore the possibilities. 

Acknowledgments 

We are constantly reminded of our good fortune to have a most capable and 
dedicated staff at Town Offices. Tim Higgins, Lincoln's Town Administrator, manages to 
juggle the oversight of several departments, to negotiate contract settlements, and to keep 
in contact with regional organizations. And this is all while carrying out the wishes of a 
sometimes demanding Board of Selectmen. At the end of the summer Tim was running 
the office single handedly; at that time, the Assistant Town Administrator Christopher 
Coleman and long-time secretary Donna Adam left to take positions in other communities. 
We will miss them. We are fortunate to have hired Anita Scheipers and Debra Parkhurst 
to fill their positions, respectively. We also wish to express our appreciation to Finance 
Director Colleen Wilkin and her staff as well as all the employees in the Town Offices. 

Again this year Jim Cunningham continues to be the man behind the camera for 
our televised meetings. We receive regular feedback on the value of these broadcasts for 
keeping Lincolnites informed about increasingly complex issues. We hear from those that 
follow our meetings that they believe they will be able to better participate in town decision 
-making at town meeting and the polls. 

The loss of life from both war and natural disasters this past year has been of 
enormous proportions. From the Iraq War, to the devastation in the south from hurricanes 
Katrina and Rita, to the earthquake in Pakistan, this has been a year of great sadness for 
many people. We hope that relief can be brought to the survivors and that our troops will 
return, safely, in the year to come. 



May peace have a chance. 



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OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES 

MODERATOR 

John B. French 

TOWN CLERK 

Nancy J. Zuelke 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
Sarah Cannon Holden, Chairman 
Sara Mattes 
Gerald A. Taylor 

TOWN TREASURER 

Neil Feinberg 

BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

Ellen B. Meadors 

Edward Morgan 

John G. Robinson, Chairman 

COLLECTOR OF TAXES 

Neil Feinberg 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Sandra Hessler 
Julie Dobrow, chairman 
Laurie Manos 
Dennis Picker 
Catherine Rogers 

WATER COMMISSIONERS 

Buckner Creel 
Andrew J. Cole 
Andrew Hall, Chairman 

BOARD OF HEALTH 

Diane F. Haessler 

Frederick L. Mansfield, Chairman 

Arnold Weinberg 



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REGIONAL DISTRICT SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Mark T. Collins 2006 

Eileen Glovsky 2007 

Eric A. Harris 2006 

Patricia Mostue 2008 

John Ryan 2007 

Lauri Wishner 2008 

CEMETERY COMMISSIONERS 

Manley B. Boyce, II 2008 

Martha DeNormandie 2007 

Ann Janes, Chairman 2006 

PLANNING BOARD 

Robert H. Domnitz 2010 

Ephraim B. Flint 2008 

Kenneth E. Hurd, Chairman 2007 

David Ries 2006 

John Snell 2009 

MEASURERS OF WOOD AND BARK 

Al Schmertzler 2006 

FENCE VIEWER 

Peg Marsh 2006 

COMMISSIONERS OF TRUST FUNDS 

Paul DeBaryshe 2008 

Donald Collins 2006 

Douglas Harding 2007 

TRUSTEES OF BEMIS FUND 

Cynthia Sweetser 2008 

Patricia Mostue 2007 

Nancy W. Smith 2006 



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Term Expires 
TRUSTEES OF LINCOLN LIBRARY 

Peter Sugar Self-Perpetuating 

Diana Abrashkin Self-Perpetuating 

Alfred Kraft Self-Perpetuating 
Alexander Pugh (Elected), Chairman 2007 

Marshall Clemens (School Committee's Appointee) 2006 

Jacquelin Apsler (Selectmen's Appointee) 2008 



DECORDOVA AND DANA MUSEUM AND PARK 
"A" TRUSTEES 

Laurie T. Dewey 2007 

Melissa S. Meyer 2008 

Stacy Osur 2009 

Blair Trippe 2006 

"B" TRUSTEES 

Melinda Webster Loof (Selectmen's Appointee) 2008 

Jan Nyquist (Library Appointee) 2006 

Katherine Hall Page (School Committee's Appointee) 2007 

HOUSING COMMISSION 

Rayna Caplan 2008 

George Georges (Selectmen's Appointee) 2010 

Bryce Wolf (Appointed by State) 201 

Vicky Diadiuk 2007 

Betty-Jane Scheff, Chairman 2006 

RECREATION COMMITTEE 

Susan Collins (Elected Post) 2007 

John Dumont, Chairman (Elected Post) 2006 

Ingrid Neri (Elected Post) 2008 

Noah Eckhouse (Selectmen's Appointee) 2007 

Cathryn Long (Selectmen's Appointee) 2006 

Jane Tatlock (Selectmen's Appointee) 2008 



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OFFICERS AND COMMITTEES_APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Term Expires 
TOWN ADMINISTRATOR 

Timothy S. Higgins 2006 

TOWN ACCOUNTANT/FINANCE DIRECTOR 

Colleen Wilkins 2006 

ASSISTANT TOWN ADMINISTRATOR 

Christopher T. Coleman (Resigned) 2006 

Anita Scheipers (Appointed) 2006 

TOWN COUNSEL 

Joel Bard 2006 

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Christopher Bibbo 2005 

SUPERINTENDENT OF WATER DEPARTMENT 

Patrick Allen 2005 

PRINCIPAL ASSESSOR 

Julia Miller 2006 

CHIEF OF POLICE 

Kevin Mooney 2006 

LIEUTENANT 

Kevin Kennedy 2006 

POLICE SERGEANT 

Richard McCarty 2006 

Sean Kennedy 2006 

INSPECTOR 

Kevin Kennedy 2006 



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POLICE OFFICERS 

William Carlo 2006 

Robert Gallo 2006 

Laura Haley 2006 

Thomas Moran 2006 

David Regan 2006 

Robert Surette 2006 

Jon Wentworth 2006 

Paul Westlund 2006 

CONSTABLES 

Kevin Mooney 2006 

Robert Paul Millian 2006 

Barbara A. Hartnett 2006 

DOG OFFICER 

Leslie Boardman 2006 

FIRE CHIEF 

Arthur Cotoni 2006 

TREE WARDEN 

LOCAL SUPT. OF SHADE TREE MANAGEMENT 

Kenneth Bassett 2006 

FOREST WARDEN 

Kevin Mooney 2006 

SEALER OF WEIGHTS & MEASURES 

Earl Midgley 2006 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Earl Midgley 2006 

WIRING INSPECTOR 

Kenneth Desmond 2006 

PLUMBING INSPECTOR 

Russell J. Dixon 2006 



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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 

Thomas B. Moran 2006 

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER 

Curtis A. Risley 2006 

ASSISTANT COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER 

F. John Solman 2006 

HAZARDOUS WASTE COORDINATOR 

Arthur Cotoni 2006 

VETERANS' AGENT 

John Caswell 2006 

VETERANS' GRAVE OFFICER 

John Caswell 2006 

TOWN HISTORIAN 

Margaret M. Martin 2006 

REGISTRARS OF VOTERS 

Peggy Elliott 2007 

Marshall Sandock 2006 

Jacquelyn Snelling 2008 
Nancy J. Zuelke, Ex officio 

MINUTEMAN HOME CARE 

John Caswell 2006 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION Term Expires 

Toby Feibelman 2006 

Peter Von Mertens 2007 

James Henderson 2007 

David Katsuki 2005 

Mary Lincoln, Chairman 2006 

James Meadors 2007 

Sara Silverstein 2005 



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COUNCIL ON AGING Term Expires 

Peggy Boyer 2006 

Florence Caras 2006 

John Caswell 2008 

Robert Curtiss 2007 

Robert Lenington 2007 

Jack McCandless 2006 

Julie Pugh, Chairman 2008 

Mary Sheldon 2006 

Robert Sutherland 2007 

C. Fessenden Morse 2008 

Dorothy Taylor 2007 

Patricia Thompson 2006 

LINCOLN HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

Eleanor Fitzgerald (Realtor) 2003 

(Architect) 2002 

Stefania Jha (At Large) 2004 

Colin Smith, Chairman (District) 2003 

Mary Spindler (Society) (Resigned) 2002 

Kerry Glass (Society) (Appointed) 2008 

HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION 

(Planning Bd) 2004 

Eleanor Fitzgerald (Realtor) 2004 

(Architect) " 2002 

Kerry Glass (Society) Appointed 2008 

Stefania Jha (At Large) 2004 

Colin Smith, Chairman (District) 2003 

Mary Spindler (Society) (Resigned) 2002 

David Ries (Planning Bd.) 2003 

Alternate (District) 2002 

Alternate 2003 

PIERCE HOUSE PROPERTY COMMITTEE 

Judy Gross, Chairman 2006 

Jean Y. Home 2007 

Lucia MacMahon 2008 

Stephanie Rolfe 2006 

Max Mason 2008 



LINCOLN CULTURAL COUNCIL 

Katherine Brobeck, Chairman 2005 

Gretchen Covino 2007 

Unju Goetemann 2006 



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Susan Harding 2005 

Julie Jewett 2004 

Richard Jewett 2005 

Laura Koller 2006 

Alice Nazarians 2006 

Susan Salm 2006 

REPRESENTATIVES TO HANSCOM FIELD ADVISORY COMMISSION (HFAQ 

Sara Mattes 2006 

REPRESENTATIVES TO HANSCOM AREA STUDY COMMITTEE (HATS)II 

Sara Mattes, Selectmen's Appointee, Member at Large 
Edward Rolfe, Planning Board Appointee, Member at Large 

REPRESENTATIVE TO MBTA ADVISORY BOARD 

Caroline Connor 2006 

REPRESENTATIVE TO METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL (MAPC) 

William Constable 2008 

REPRESENTATIVE TO NORTH EAST SOLID WASTE COMMITTEE 

Timothy S. Higgins 2006 

RESPRESENTATIVES TO CAMBRIDGE WATERSHED ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Rosamond Delori (Selectmen) 2004 

Thomas DeNormandie (Planning Board) 2004 

Daniel Bakinowski (Conservation Commission) 2004 

BOARD OF APPEALS Term Expires 

Buckner M. Creel 2005 

Pamela Green, Chairman 2007 

Joseph Greeson 2006 

John Kimball 2008 

Anna Hardman 2009 

Dwight Quayle, Associate Member 2006 

Giles Browne, Associate Member 2007 

Joseph Robbat, Associate Member 2005 

CELEBRATION COMMITTEE 

Sarah Andrysiak 2008 

Gretchen Covino 2008 

Nancy Pimental 2007 



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ROUTE 128 AREA COMMITTEE 

iDaniel Bakinowski 

iJThomas Curren 

lEarl Flansburgh 

JArthur Kluge 

;jAnn F. Ries, Chairman 

j David Ries 

j David Sykes 

IJ BEMIS HALL ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

! Lorraine Fiore-Brown (Representative Council on Aging) 

1 Neil Feinberg (Representative Bemis Trust Fund) 

I Steven Grimes (Representative of Friends of the Library) 

ijohn Manzelli (Representative of the Lincoln Grange) 

i Linda McConchie (Representative of Lincoln Players) 

;Dan Pereira (Recreation Director) 

| Kitty Stein ( Representative Disabilities Committee) 

(Karen Santucci, Ex officio 

J BEMIS HALL REPAIR AND RESTORATION COMMITTEE 

I Christopher T. Coleman (staff) 

I Peter Sugar (Architect) 

•j Colin Smith 

J Rob Loud 

jjohn Manzelli 

I RECYCLING COMMITTEE 

1 Sandra Bradlee 

I Peggy Elliott, Chairman 

jj Terry Green 

t| James Meadors 

I Inge Richardson 

Diana Smith 

James Meadors 



COMMISSION ON DISABILITIES Term Expires 



John Bingham 2007 

Sarah Bobbitt 2005 

Deborah Dorsey 2007 

Abigail Congdon 2006 

Jill Harkaway 2007 

Robert Loud 2006 

Gabriella Muscolo 2006 

Kitty Stein, Chairman 2005 

Julie Summers 2004 
Karen Santucci, Ex-Officio 



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LAND BANK STUDY COMMITTEE 

Thomas Billings 
Andrew Falender 
Paul Giese 
Christopher Klem 
Katharine Preston 
Colin Smith 

SPECIAL POLICE 

Leo Algeo 
John Barbetti 
Dennis A. Botelho 
John Ciraso 
Brian Cotoni 
Joseph Cotoni, Sr. 
Neil Duane 
John Finnerty 
Frank Gordon, Jr. 
Frank Gordon, Sr. 
Richard Hallett 
Thomas Hennessey 
Herbert Kelley, Jr. 
Joseph Miller 
Michael O'Leary 
Ronald Tolwinski 
Richard Turcotte 
John Whalen 
William Whalen, Jr. 



EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FUND COMMITTEE Term Expires 

Manley Boyce (Grange) 2006 

Julie Pugh (1 st Parish) 2006 

Margaret Connolly (St. Joseph's) 2006 

Mary Sheldon (COA) 2006 

Nancy Ritchie (St Anne's) 2006 
Karen Santucci (Staff) 

CABLE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Alexander Creighton 
James Cunningham, Chair 
Kass Kalba 
Bella Wheeler 



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COMPREHENSIVE HOUSING PLAN TASK FORCE 

(COA representative) 

Betty Jean Scheff (Housing Commission representative) 

Edward Rolfe (Planning Board representative) 

Geoff McGean (Rural Land Foundation representative) 

Katharine Preston (Lincoln Foundation representative) 

Mary Lincoln (Conservation Commission representative) 

(Board of Health representative) 

COMMUNITY PRESERVATION COMMITTEE 

Mary Cancian (Selectmen Appointment, Finance) 2007 

John Koenig, Chair (Selectmen Appointment) 2006 

John Petty (Selectmen Appointment) 2007 

Craig Donaldson, (Selectmen Appointment) 2006 

Rayna Caplan (Housing Commission) 2007 

Susan Collins (Recreation Committee) 2006 

Elizabeth Frumkin (Conservation Commission) 2005 

Kenneth Hurd (Planning Board) 2005 

Colin Smith (Historical Commission) 2005 

John B. Valpey (Selectmen Appointment) 2007 



APPOINTED BY THE TOWN CLERK Term Expires 

ASSISTANT TOWN CLERK 

Sarah G. Marcotte 2006 

Donna M. Adam 2006 

APPOINTED BY THE TREASURER 

ASSISTANT TREASURER 

Mary C. Day 2006 

APPOINTED BY THE COLLECTOR OF TAXES 

ASSISTANT COLLECTOR OF TAXES 

Mary C. Day 2006 

REVENUE COORDINATOR 

Mary C. Day 2006 



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APPOINTED BY THE BOARD OF HEALTH 

BURIAL AGENT 

Nancy J. Zuelke 2006 

INSPECTOR OF ANIMALS 

Leslie Boardman 2006 

APPOINTED BY THE MODERATOR 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Mary Cancian 2006 

Paul Giese 2006 

Mary Hartman 2007 

Patrick Phillips 2007 

John Robinson, Chairman 2008 

John Koenig 2008 

Robert Steinbrook 2006 

PERSONNEL BOARD 

Elliot Curtis 2006 

Kathryn Nicholson 2007 

Ann Sutherland Ries, Chairman 2008 

REPRESENTATIVE TO MINUTEMAN SCIENCE-TECHNOLOGY 
HIGH SCHOOL 

Kemon Taschioglou 2007 

TASK FORCE ON FINANCIAL PLANNING PROCESS 

Renel Fredriksen 
Paul Giese 
William Gnitchel 
Joanna Hopkins 
Keith Hylton 
Pam Morten 
Kemon Taschiouglou 

CAPITAL PLANNING COMMITTEE 

Andrew Beard (At Large) 

Despena Billings (Selectmen Representative) 

Jenifer Burckett-Picker (Library Trustee Representative) 

Robert Jevon, Jr. (At large) 

Jan Nyquist (School Committee Representative) 

Samuel Perkins (Conservation Commission Representative) 

Alvin Schmertzler (Finance Committee Representative) 

Timothy Higgins (Ex officio) 



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ELDER CARE AND HOUSING COMMITTEE 

Christina Brown 

Buckner Creel 

William Gniehtel, Chairman 

David Levy 

John Moses 

NATURAL RESOURCES PRESERVATION COMMITTEE (LNRPC) 

Mary Lincoln, Chairman (Conservation Commission) 

Peg Marsh (Water Commission) 

Fred Mansfield (Board of Health) 

Catherine Long ((Recreation Committee) 

John Snell (Planning Board) 

Jonathan Hoch (At Large) 

Sue Klem (At Large) 

APPOINTED BY THE PLANNING BOARD 

ROADSIDE PATH COMMITTEE 

Sonja Johansson 
Mark Naiman 
James Storer 



APPOINTED BY CONSERVATION COMMISSION & LINCOLN LAND TRUST 

WILDLIFE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Diana Abrashkin 

Cathleen Calmer 

Frances Clark 

Steven Ells 

Tom Gumbart, Co-chairman 

Adam Hyde 

David Katsuki 

Susan Klem 

Jane Layton 

Gwyneth Loud, Co-chairman 

Geoffrey McGean 

Ellen Meadors 

Mary Sheldon 

APPOINTED BY VARIOUS BOARDS AND COMMITTEES 

SCHOLARSHIP FUND COMMITTEE 

Sherry Hagenian (Moderator's Appointee) 2006 

Nancy Marshall (Selectmen's Appointee) 2007 

Margaret Ramsey McCluskey (School Committee's Appointee) 2008 



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APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN & ASSESSORS 

PROPERTY TAX RELIEF COMMITTEE 

John Caswell 

Carmen Hall 

Emanuel Maier 

Paul Marsh 

Gary Taylor 

Elizabeth Thompson 

Rosamond Delori, ex officio 

William Stason, ex-officio 

AT RISK PROPERTIES COMMITTEE 

Gary Taylor (Selectmen's Appointee) 

John Koenig (Community Preservation Appointee) 

Paul Giese (Finance Committee Appointee) 

Peter Von Mertens (Conservation Commission Appointee) 

Betty Jean Scheff (Housing Commission Appointee) 

(Board of Health Appointee) 
Ephraim Flint (Planning Board Appointee) 
Ken Hurd (Planning Board Appointee) 
Geoff McGean (Rural Land Foundation Appointee) 
Edward Morgan (Board of Assessors Appointee) 
Timothy Higgins (At-Large Member) 
Thomas Gumbart (At-Large Member) 
Mark white head (Ex-Officio Member) 



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TOWN CLERK 

Nancy J. Zuelke 

Sarah G. Marcotte, Assistant 

The Town Clerk is the official recorder of town events and activities, issues 
licenses and certificates and maintains the voting and street listings. Duties include 
recording the proceedings at Town Meetings and Elections, and notifying the Assessors 
and Selectmen of the appropriations that have been voted. Maintains, records, and 
issues birth, marriage, and death certificates, certifies election results, acts as information 
resource, ensures state laws are complied with. 

VITAL STATISTICS 

As recommended by the State Department of Vital Records, no names will be published 
for births, deaths, and marriages. As of this printing a total 61 births (33 Lincoln, 28 
Hanscom), 18 marriages, and 28 deaths have been recorded during the year 2005. 
Information that is public record may be obtained in the Town Clerk's Office. 



ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION 

March 28, 2005 

In accordance with Article 1 of the Warrant for the Annual Town Meeting, the polls were 
opened at 7:30 a.m. by Town Clerk, Nancy J. Zuelke. The following wardens assisted 
Mrs. Zuelke throughout the day: Peggy Elliott, Marshall Sandock, Jacqueline Snelling and 
Laurence Zuelke. The polls were declared closed at 8:00 p.m. The total number of votes 
cast was 760 out of 3861 registered voters. Results were as follows: 



Office 


Candidate 


Precinct 1 


Precinct 2 


Total 


Moderator (3 yrs) 


John B. French 


33 


273 


609 




Scattering 


3 





3 




Blanks 


79 


69 


148 






418 


342 


760 


Town Clerk (1 yr) 


Nancy J. Zuelke 


371 


195 


666 




Scattering 


1 





1 




Blanks 


46 


47 


93 






418 


342 


760 


Board of Selectmen 


Gerald A. Taylor 


323 


249 


572 


(3 yrs) 


Scattering 


3 


1 


4 




Blanks 


92 


92 


184 






418 


342 


760 


Town Treasurer (1 yr) 


Neil Feinberg 


285 


219 


504 




Scattering 


4 


5 


9 




Blanks 


129 


118 


247 



418 



342 



760 



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Board of Assessors 


Ellen B. Meadors 


287 


230 


517 


(3 yrs) 


Blanks 


131 


112 


243 






418 


342 


760 


Collector of Taxes 


Neil Feinberg 


9 


1 


10 


(2 yrs) 


Scattering 


12 


2 


14 




Blanks 


397 


339 


736 






418 


342 


760 


Office 


Candidate 


Precinct 1 


Precinct 2 


Total 


School Committee 


Laurie A. Manos 


259 


215 


474 


(3 yrs) (2) 


Catherine M. Rogers 


292 


228 


520 




Scattering 


1 





1 




Blanks 


284 


241 


525 






836 


684 


1520 


Water Commissioner 


Buckner M. Creel 


288 


216 


504 


(3 yrs) 


Scattering 


1 





1 




Blanks 


129 


126 


255 






418 


342 


760 


Board of Health 


Frederick L. Mansfield 


309 


236 


545 


(3 yrs) 


Blanks 


109 


106 


215 






418 


342 


760 


Cemetery Commissioner 


Manley B. Boyce 


313 


232 


545 


(3 yrs) 


Blanks 


105 


110 


215 






418 


342 


760 


Planning Board (5 yrs) 


Robert H. Domnitz 


269 


213 


482 




Scattering 





1 


1 




Blanks 


149 


128 


277 







418 


342 


760 


Commissioner of Trust 
Funds (3 yrs) 


Paul G. DeBaryshe 

Scattering 

Blanks 



8 

410 
418 


5 

6 

331 

342 


5 

14 

741 

760 


Trustee Bemis Fund 
(3 yrs) 


Cynthia J. Sweetser 

Scattering 

Blanks 


272 
3 

143 
418 


207 



135 

342 


479 

3 

278 

760 


Trustee DeCordova 
& Dana Museum (4 yrs) 


Stacy G. Osur 

Scattering 

Blanks 


301 



117 


233 
2 

107 


534 

2 

224 



418 



342 



760 



Housing Commission 
(3 yrs) 



Rayna L. Caplan 
Scattering 



280 




220 
2 



500 
2 



28 



Recreation committee 
(3 yrs) 



Blanks 



Ingrid Neri 
Blanks 



138 


120 


258 


418 


342 


760 


326 


256 


582 


92 


86 


178 



418 



342 



760 



Office 



Candidate 



Precinct 1 



Precinct 2 



Total 



Lincoln-Sudbury Regional Lauri Wishner 
School District (2) (3 yrs) Patricia M. Mostue 
Blanks 



254 
330 
252 



205 
258 
221 



836 



684 



459 
588 
473 



1520 



Question 1 Shall the Town of Lincoln be allowed to assess an additional $490,000 in 

real estate and personal property taxes for the purpose of 
funding the Town's operating expenses for the fiscal year 
beginning July first, two thousand and five? 



Yes 


245 


201 


446 


No 


166 


.133 


299 


Blanks 


7 


8 


15 



418 



342 



760 



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ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 
April 2, 2005 

In accordance with the above Warrant, the Meeting was called to order in the Donaldson 
Auditorium on April 2, 2005 by the Moderator, Mr. John B. French, at 9:38 a.m., and a 
quorum being present, (328 voters throughout the day) the following business was 
transacted: 

ARTICLE 2 Proposed by Selectmen 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That Peg Marsh be elected Fence Viewer and Al Schmertzler elected 
Measurer of Wood and Bark for the ensuing year. 

ARTICLE 3 Proposed by Selectmen 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the reports of the Town Officers, Committees, Commissioners and 
Trustees, as printed in the Town Report, be accepted. 



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ARTICLE 4 Proposed by Selectmen 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the salaries of the elected officials of the Town for the fiscal year 
beginning July 1 , 2005, and ending June 30, 2006, are fixed at the 
following amounts: 

Board of Selectmen (Chair) $200.00 

Board of Selectmen 1 00.00 

Town Clerk 500.00 

Treasurer and Collector 10.00 

Assessors, Chairman 200.00 
Assessors, other members, each 175.00 

Water Commissioners, each 75.00 



ARTICLE 5 Proposed by Selectmen 

VOTED: Unanimously) 

That the Town accept Chapter 73, Section 4 of the Act of 1986 as 
amended by Chapter 126 of the Acts of 1988, for the purpose of 
increasing the real estate tax exemptions by 100 percent to all persons 
who qualify for property tax exemptions under Clauses 17, 17C, 
17C1/2.17D, 22, 22A, 22B, 22C, 22D, 22E, 37, 37A, 41, 41 B and 41 C 
under Chapter 59, Section 5 of the Massachusetts General Laws. 

ARTICLE 6 Proposed by Selectmen 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $15,000, to fund the 

Senior Property Tax Work-off program. 

ARTICLE 7 Proposed by Finance Committee 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town adopt as separate appropriations the recommendations 
listed in the report of the Finance Committee, printed on pages 32-36 
inclusive, of the Financial Section and Warrant for the 2005 Annual 
Town Meeting, in the column entitled "Proposed With Override 2005 - 
2006," with the following exceptions: 



Dept. 3300 Local School System 

$8,047,635 to $8,057,635. 



Increase by $10,000 from 



Dept. 3310 Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School - Increase by 

$5,899.55, from $2,837,025.04 to $2,842,924.59, 

And that all items be raised by taxation except to the following extent and to the 
extent provided in any motion to be made under article 31 of the 2005 Warrant: 

Dept. 1290 Town Offices - Personal Services - $60,000.00 to be 

taken from Water Revenue, and $71,000.00 to be 
taken from the Air Force School Fund. 



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Dept. 1710 Conservation Commission - Personal Services - 

$3,000.00 to be taken from Wetlands Protection Fees 
- Receipts Reserved for Appropriation. 

Dept. 4910 Cemetery Department - Expense - $5,000.00 to be 

taken from the Sale of Cemetery Lots - Receipts 
Reserved for Appropriation and $700.00 to be taken 
from the Cemetery Perpetual Care Trust Fund 
Income - Expendable Trust. 

Dept. 4510 Water Department - Personal Services - $355,639.40 

to be taken from Water Revenue, Expense - 
$284,692 to be taken from Water Revenue, Debt - 
$180,000 to be taken from Water Revenue. 

The total for General Purposes for the fiscal year beginning July 1 , 2005 through June 30, 
2006, with the passage of Proposition 2 1 /4 is shown as $23,068,319.71 . 

The budget was passed unanimously with the following items held out for discussion: 
#1220 Selectmen; #1710 Conservation; #3100 Local School System; #3310 Lincoln- 
Sudbury Regional High School; #3320 Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical School; 
#4220 DPW Operation and Maintenance; #4510 Water Department; #6510 Conservation 
land. Two amendments were made to item #4220 DPW to increase by a total of $4.00 
from $592,200.00 to $592,204.00. The increases were made to (1) encourage the 
Selectmen, the Water Board and the DPW to talk about a combined superintendent and 
(2) to express appreciation for a job well done in plowing last year's snow. The held out 
items were passed individually. 

At the suggestion of the Moderator, Article 28 was taken up before Article 8. There was no 
objection to considering Article 28 out of order. 



ARTICLE 28 Proposed by the Housing Commission 

ACCEPTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town establish a Housing Fund which, consistent with the 
provisions of the Lincoln Housing Commission's enabling legislation (c. 
359 of the Acts of 1979), will create a mechanism through which the 
Town may appropriate money, receive gifts and grants to acquire land, 
including buildings thereon, to construct, renovate, reconstruct, equip, 
furnish, rent, manage, maintain or sell land or buildings, or any portions 
of such land or buildings, at a location or locations to be selected by 
said town for the purpose of providing housing for persons of low and 
moderate income and others whose needs may be identified from time 
to time. 

ARTICLE 8 Proposed by the Community Preservation Committee 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town hear a report from the Community Preservation 
Committee and that the appropriations for the projects be divided into 
separate motions. 



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1 

ARTICLE 8 B Proposed by the Community Preservation Committee) 
VOTED: That the following amounts be appropriated for the following community 
preservation projects; that these appropriations shall be raised by 
borrowing; and that the Treasurer, with the approval of the Board of 
Selectmen, be authorized to borrow such amounts and to issue bonds or 
notes therefore under G.L C.44B, S1 1 and G.L. c.44, S7 and any other 
enabling authority: 




Project 


Total 
Appropriation 


Source of | 
Appropriat | 




Appropriations: 








To transfer funds to the Town's Housing Fund to be used by the 
Housing Commission, on behalf of the Town, for the following 
community housing project consisting of the acquisition and 
creation of affordable community housing through the (i) 
construction of a new affordable home with accessory apartment on 
the town-owned land located at Lot #41 Sunnyside Lane, (ii) 
renovation of the existing affordable single family house on, and 
addition of an accessory apartment to the Town-owned land 
located at Lot #42 Sunnyside Lane, and (iii) purchase of affordable 
housing deed restrictions through the Town's condominium buy- 
down program for one or more condominiums at, in order of priority, 
(i) Minuteman Commons or (ii) Battle Road Farm or Greenridge 
Apartments condominium developments; provided that all of the 
community housing units created as a result of this project shall be 
managed by, and all of the community housing deed restrictions 
related thereto shall be enforced by the Housing Commission on 
behalf of the Town; and provided further that, with respect to each 
of the community housing units created as a result of this project, 
the Town shall satisfy all requirements necessary to obtain the 
Department of Housing and Community Development's approval of 
the units as part of the Town's subsidized affordable housing 
inventory under G.L. C.40B. 


$434,000.00 


Borrowing 




To acquire open space by funding part of the purchase price for the 
Harrington and Row properties on Tower Road. 


$350,000.00 


Borrowing 




To preserve the Lincoln Library by replacing the roof on the Gund 
addition. 


$461,750.00 


Borrowing 




To appropriate CPC funds to pay for the costs of short-term 

financing (BANS), issuance costs and other costs related to the 

financing of projects A-C above. 


$66,000 


CPC Fund?] 




Sub-total 


$1,311,750.00 


All By 
Borrowing 











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Motion B —Explanation: 

This article proposes projects recommended by the Community Preservation Committee 
for FY 06 under Lincoln's Community Preservation Act (CPA) passed at the March, 2002 
Annual Town Meeting and the November, 2002 Election. The descriptions of the 
proposed projects/actions are contained below: 

Sunnyside Lane Housing - The CPC is recommending that the Town utilize future 
Community Preservation Fund revenues to finance the bonds ($434,000) to (i) complete 
funding of the construction of an affordable home with accessory apartment on Lot #41 
Sunnyside Lane, (ii) to renovate the existing house on Lot #42 Sunnyside Lane and to 
construct an affordable accessory apartment on Lot #42, and (iii) to contribute towards a 
buy-down of condominium units, with an emphasis on a buy-down at Minuteman 
Commons. Of this total appropriation, it is estimated that $182,000 will be needed for the 
Sunnyside Lane work. This is in addition to the $239,500 appropriated from CPA funds 
last year, and in addition to $120,000 being raised and contributed by the Lincoln 
Foundation. To the extent there are funds remaining after completion of the Sunnyside 
construction, those funds are to used for condominium buy-downs, with first priority to buy- 
downs at Minuteman Commons. All units on Sunnyside Lane, and all condo buy-downs, 
will become part of the Town's inventory of affordable housing, bringing the Town closer to 
the state-mandated 10% goal. 

Harrington-Row Property Acquisition - The CPC is recommending that the Town utilize 
future Community Preservation Fund revenues to finance the bonds ($350,000) to 
contribute to the Town's purchase of 67 acres of open space along Tower Road. These 
67 acres are commonly known as the Harrington and Row properties, and the entire 
project is known as Lincoln's Quiet Places. 

Library Roof Repairs - The CPC is recommending that the Town utilize future 
Community Preservation Fund revenues to finance the bonds ($461,750) to replace the 
roof on the Gund Addition to the Lincoln Library with a new slate roof. When the Gund 
Addition was constructed, it was recommended that the Town save money by installing a 
"faux" slate roof, which was intended to match the look of the slate on the Preston wing, 
but at a significant cost savings. The Gund Addition roof has not lived up to its original 
billing, and now must be replaced. 

Borrowing Costs - The Town utilizes short-term borrowing to fund the costs of projects 
while they are under construction. Once completed, the projects are bundled together and 
long-term bonds are issued. The appropriation under line item D of the table provides the 
funds needed to pay for the costs associated with the short-term borrowing and the 
issuance costs related to the long-term financing. 



ARTICLE 8 C (Proposed by the Community Preservation Committee 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the sum of $24,000 be appropriated from CPC Fund Balance to 
fund an engineering systems design for the rehabilitation and restoration 
of the rare book/historic papers vault in the Lincoln Library. 

Motion C — Explanation: 



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This article proposes a project recommended by the Community 
Preservation Committee for FY 06 under Lincoln's Community Preservation Act 
(CPA) passed at the March, 2002 Annual Town Meeting and the November, 
2002 Election. The description of the proposed project follows: 

Library Historic Vault Engineering Study - The CPC is recommending that 
the Town appropriate $24,000 from the Community Preservation Fund to enable 
the design of a new HVAC system for the rare book and historic papers vault at 
the Lincoln Library. Lincoln's history is threatened by the outdated and 
inadequate cooling and dehumidifying system that now exists in the vault. 



ARTICLE 8 D (Proposed by the Community Preservation Committee 

VOTED: Unanimously) 

That the sum of $286,500 be appropriated from Fiscal Year 2006 
Community Preservation Fund Revenues to be placed in equal amounts 
into each of the following Community Preservation Fund Reserve 
Accounts: Housing, Open Space/Land Acquisition, and Historic 
Preservation, thereby satisfying the CPA requirement that a minimum of 
10% of annual fund revenues be spent or reserved for these purposes. 

Motion D — Explanation: 

Housing Reserve Fund - The CPA requirement that a minimum of 
10% be spent or set aside each year for affordable housing is 
satisfied by the appropriation under this motion. With the Town's 
approval, $95,500 will be appropriated from FY 2006 CPC revenues 
and set aside in the Community Preservation Housing Reserve 
Fund for future housing projects. 

Open Space/Land Acquisition Reserve Fund - The CPA requirement 
that a minimum of 10% be spent or set aside each year for Open 
Space/Land Conservation is satisfied by the appropriation under 
this motion. With the Town's approval, $95,500 will be appropriated 
from FY 2006 CPC revenues and set aside in the Community 
Preservation Open Space/Land Acquisition Reserve Fund for 
future land preservation projects. 

Historic Preservation - The CPA requirement that a minimum of 10% 
be spent or set aside each year for historic preservation is 
satisfied by the appropriation under this motion. With the Town's 
approval, $95,500 will be appropriated from FY 2006 CPC revenues 
and set aside in the Community Preservation Historic Preservation 
Reserve Fund for future historic preservation projects. 

Recreation - The CPA permits, but does not require, the Town to 
spend or set aside funds for recreational purposes. No funds are 
reserved for recreational purposes at this time. 

ARTICLE 9 Proposed by the Selectmen 

VOTED: (Unanimously on the Consent Calendar) 



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That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $57,000 for the 
purchase of new computer equipment for Town departments including 
hardware, software, licenses, installation, training, maintenance and any 
related costs. 



ARTICLE 10 Proposed by the Selectmen 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $25,000 to retain 
consultants to assess the Town's existing radio communications 
infrastructure, to purchase equipment and to recommend 
improvements, and any related costs. 

ARTICLE 1 1 Proposed by the School Committee 

VOTED: (Unanimously on the consent Calendar) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $50,000, for the 
rehabilitation of classrooms at the Smith/Brooks Schools, and any 
related costs. 

ARTICLE 12 Proposed by the School Committee 

VOTED: (Unanimously on the Consent Calendar) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $50,000 for the 
purchase of replacement computers for Lincoln Schools including 
hardware, software, site licenses, installation fees, and any related 
costs. 

ARTICLE 13 Proposed by the School Committee 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $20,000 to purchase a 
new van for the Lincoln School Department, and any related costs. 

ARTICLE 14 Proposed by the School Committee 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $25,000 to supplement 
funds previously voted under Article 14 at the March 2004 Annual Town 
meeting for the removal of the canopy at the Hartwell POD complex 
located on the Lincoln School Campus, and any related costs. 

ARTICLE 15 Proposed by the Selectmen 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $15,000 to replace 
and/or repair a number of self contained breathing apparatus units for 
the Lincoln Fire Department, and any related costs. 

ARTICLE 16 Proposed by the Selectmen 

VOTED: By majority voice vote) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $63,500 to purchase 
two vehicles and related equipment for the Lincoln Police Department, 



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and authorize the disposal by sale or otherwise of excess vehicles and 
equipment. 

ARTICLE 17 Proposed by the Selectmen 

VOTED: Unanimously) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $20,000 to conduct a 
facilities study of certain Town buildings, and any related costs. 



ARTICLE 18 Proposed by the Selectmen 

VOTED: (By majority voice vote) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $106,000 to purchase a 
multi- purpose vehicle and related equipment for the Lincoln Highway 
Department, and any related costs. 

ARTICLE 19 Proposed by Selectmen 

VOTED: (Unanimously on the Consent Calendar) 

That the Town appropriate the sum of $166,198 to be received from the 
Commonwealth under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 90, 
pursuant to Chapter 291 of the Acts of 2004 to be used for the 
construction, reconstruction and/or maintenance and repair of the 
Town's road and bridges. 

ARTICLE 20 Proposed by Selectmen 

VOTED: (Unanimously on the Consent Calendar) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $41 ,000 for the repair 
and maintenance of Town owned buildings, and any other related costs. 

ARTICLE 21 Proposed by the Library Trustees 

VOTED: Unanimously) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $27,000 for the repair 
and maintenance of the Lincoln Library, and any related costs 

ARTICLE 22 Proposed by the Cemetery Commission 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town appropriate and transfer the sum of $60,000 from the 
Cemetery Sale of Lots account to expand the Lexington Road 
Cemetery, and any related costs. 

ARTICLE 23 Proposed by the Water Commission 

VOTED: Unanimously) 

That the Town appropriate and transfer the sum of $21,045 from Water 
Surplus and the sum of $13,955 from the Water Department Insurance 
Reimbursement Account to purchase a replacement truck and related 
equipment for the Lincoln Water Department, and any related costs. 

ARTICLE 24 Proposed by the Water Commission 
VOTED: (Unanimously) 

To Passover this Article. 



ARTICLE 25 



Proposed by the Selectmen 



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VOTED: 



(Unanimously) 

That the Town raise and appropriate the sum of $500 for the 2005 right 
Light Award as determined by the Board of Selectmen and Finance 
Committee, and any related costs. 



The following persons received the award for achieving a AAA bond 
rating for the town: Tim Higgins, Chris Coleman, Colleen Wilkins, Mary 
Day, Paul Sagarino, Gary Taylor, John Robinson, and Julie Miller. 
Theodore Bardsley was thanked for making the lights 

ARTICLE 26 Proposed by the Selectmen 

VOTED: (Unanimously on the Consent Calendar) 

That the Town reauthorize the use of the following revolving funds in 
accordance with Chapter 44, Section 53E-/4 of the Massachusetts 
General Laws, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2005, to be credited 
with receipts from the following revenue sources, to be expended under 
the authority and direction of the following agencies or officials, for the 
following stated purposes, not to exceed the following spending limits, 
respectively: 



FUND 


REVENUE 


AUTHORITY 


USE OF 


SPENDING 




SOURCE 


TO SPEND 
FUNDS 


FUNDS 


LIMIT 


Student 


Bus Fees 


School 


To defray 


$70,000 


Transportation 




Committee 


expenses 
related to 
student 
transportation 




Pre-School 


User Fees 


School 


To defray 


$90,000 


Program 




Committee 


expenses 
related to Pre- 
School Program 
services 




Fire Alarm 


Alarm Fees 


Lincoln Fire 
Department 


To defray 
expenses 
related to fire 
alarm services 


$15,000 


Town-owned 


Rental 


Housing 


To defray 


$50,000 


Housing 


Income 


Commission 


expenses 

related to 

maintaining and 

rehabilitating 

town-owned 

affordable 

homes 





ARTICLE 27 Proposed by the Selectmen 
ACCEPTED: (Unanimously) 



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That the Town authorize the Lincoln Police Department to establish for 
the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2005 a revolving fund account in 
accordance with Chapter 44, Section 53E-!4 of the Massachusetts 
General Laws, for the purpose of placing in the revolving fund account 
the revenues raised through the issuance of Firearms Licenses; said 
funds shall be expended under the authority of the Lincoln Police 
Department without further appropriation up to a maximum of $2,500 for 
the upcoming fiscal year in order to defray the costs of administering the 
firearms licensing program. 

ARTICLE 28 had been taken up before Article 8. 

ARTICLE 29 Proposed by the Selectmen 

ACCEPTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town hear a report from the Board of Selectmen regarding the 
status of the Department of Defense Base Realignment and Closure 
(BRAC) process and its implications for the future of Hanscom Air Force 
Base and the surrounding communities, including Lincoln, and raise and 
appropriate the sum $2,500, to provide funds to support whatever 
planning and legal due diligence that may be required to protect the 
Town's interests. 

ARTICLE 30 Proposed by Finance Committee 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town appropriate and transfer the sum of $200,000 from the 
Stabilization Fund to reduce the principal and interest payments on debt 
previously authorized. 

ARTICLE 31 Proposed by the Finance Committee 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the sum of $881,839.00 be taken from Free Cash to reduce the 
total amount to be raised by taxation under Article 7 of the Warrant for 
the 2005 Annual Town Meeting, or any other article of said Warrant 
authorizing the appropriation of funds. 

ARTICLE 32 Proposed by Selectmen 

DEFEATED: That the Town support the concept of permitting local advertising within 
the Annual Report to pay for its production. 

Two amendments (1) to change the word "advertising" to "sponsors"; and (2) adding 
"providing no visual evidence of sponsorship" were defeated. 

ARTICLE 33 Proposed by Selectmen 
VOTED: (Unanimously) 

To pass over this Article. 

ARTICLE 34 Proposed by the Natural Resources Committee 
VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town hear and accept a report from the Natural Resources 

Committee. 



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ARTICLE 35 Proposed by the Selectmen 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town accept Chapter 41, Section 19K of the Massachusetts 
General Laws, to allow the town to provide additional compensation, up 
to $1 ,000 annually, to the Town Clerk, once all courses and training 
requirements have been met and the Town Clerk has been certified as 
a Massachusetts municipal clerk by the Massachusetts Town Clerks' 
Association. 

ARTICLE 36 Proposed by the Planning Board 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town hear and accept a report from the Planning Board 
regarding consideration of creating one or more Neighborhood 
Conservation Districts. 



ARTICLE 37 Proposed by the Planning Board 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town hear and accept a report from the Selectmen's Task 
Force on Accessory Apartments. 



ARTICLE 38 (Proposed by the Planning Board 

VOTED: (Moderator declared passed by two-thirds vote) 

That the town amend the Zoning Bylaws by adding an Inclusionary 
Housing Section as follows: 

14.5 Inclusionary Housing 

14.5.1 Purpose and Intent - The purpose of this Bylaw is to increase the 
supply of housing in the Town of Lincoln that is available to and 
affordable by low or moderate income households who might otherwise 
have difficulty in finding homes in Lincoln, and to ensure that such 
housing is affordable in perpetuity and provided in accordance with the 
Town of Lincoln Consolidated Housing Plan, M.G.L. Chapter 40B Sec. 
20-23 as amended and other ongoing programs within the Town. It is 
intended that the affordable housing units that result from Special 
Permits issued under this Bylaw subsequently be approved as Local 
Initiative Program (LIP) dwelling units in compliance with the 
requirements for the same as specified by the Department of Housing 
and Community Development (DHCD) or its successor and that such 
units count toward the Town's Subsidized Housing Inventory (SHI) in 
perpetuity. It is intended that this bylaw provide a mechanism to 
compensate for those decreases in the Town's percentage of affordable 
housing that are directly caused by increases in the Town's overall 
housing stock. 

14.5.2 Applicability - Beginning with the effective date of this Bylaw, any 
development or division of land subject to M.G.L. Chapter 40A Section 9 
or M.G.L. Chapter 41 Section 81 K through 81 GG, which will result in the 



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creation of six (6) or more dwelling units, shall require affordable 
housing units under a Special Permit by the Planning Board pursuant to 
Section 21 of the Zoning Bylaw and Section 17 Site Plan Review, 
except in accordance with Section 8 R-3 and R-4 Districts of the Zoning 
Bylaw which requires a special permit from the Zoning Board of 
Appeals. The Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals shall be the 
Special Permit Granting Authority as appropriate to the underlying 
zoning requirements. 

14.5.2.1 This section shall be applied based on the following schedule for the 
number of units or lots in a proposed development: 

# of dwelling units proposed # of affordable units to be 

constructed 
6-10 units one affordable unit 

11-18 units two affordable units 

1 9 - 24 units three affordable units 

25 - 30 units four affordable units 

over 30 units fifteen percent (15%) of 

the proposed project units 
rounded up to the nearest 
whole number 

14.5.2.2 Dwelling units shall be considered as part of a single development if 
located either on a single parcel or contiguous parcels of land which 
have been in the same ownership at any time subsequent to the date of 
the adoption of this Bylaw Section 14.5. 

14.5.3 Definitions 

14.5.3.1 Affordable Housing Unit - a dwelling unit that qualifies as a local 
initiative unit under the Commonwealth's Local Initiative Program (LIP) 
and meets the requirements of a subsidized housing unit for the 
purposes of inclusion in the Town's Subsidized Housing Inventory. 
Each Affordable Housing Unit shall be encumbered by a deed restriction 
in perpetuity that is sufficient to allow the unit to qualify as a LIP unit. 

14.5.3.2 Qualified Affordable Housing Unit Purchaser - An individual or family 
with household incomes that qualify for the requirements under the 
Commonwealth's Local Initiative Program (LIP) for median area income 
as reported from the United States Department of Housing and Urban 
Development (HUD) and/or the Massachusetts Department of Housing 
and Community Development (DHCD). 

14.5.4 Provision of Affordable Dwelling Units - affordable dwelling units 
required under sections 14.5.1 and 14.5.2 may be provided in any one 
or combination of methods described below; subject to approval of the 
Special Permit Granting Authority: 

a. Constructed on the locus subject to the Special Permit; 



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b. An applicant may offer, and the Special Permit Granting Authority, 
in concert with the Board of Selectmen, may accept donations of 
land in fee simple, on or off-site within the Town of Lincoln, that the 
Planning Board determines to be suitable for the construction of 
affordable housing units. The value of donated land shall be equal 
to or greater than the value of the development and construction of 
the affordable units. The Special Permit Granting Authority shall 
require, prior to accepting land as satisfaction of the requirements 
of this Bylaw, that the applicant submit appraisals of the land in 
question, as well as other data relevant to the determination of 
equivalent value; 

c. Preservation of existing dwelling units with the Town of Lincoln as 
affordable housing units through the purchase of deed restrictions 
and providing funding for rehabilitation of units equal to or greater 
than the value of the development and construction of the 
affordable units. 

d. Fees-in-lieu of affordable housing units may be used, to the extent 
permitted by law and with the approval of the Special Permit 
Granting Authority. With such approval the applicant may 
contribute an amount in cash equal to or greater than the value of 
development and construction of such affordable housing units, and 
satisfactory to the Special Permit Granting Authority in consultation 
with other Town Boards, to the Town of Lincoln's Affordable 
Housing Fund or other legally created account for the development 
and preservation of affordable housing in Lincoln. 

14.5.4.1 Affordable Housing Units shall be only of a type allowed by the 
appropriate zoning district. 

14.5.4.2 Affordable Housing Units constructed or rehabilitated under this Bylaw 
shall be situated within the development so as not to be in less 
desirable locations than market-rate units in the development and shall, 
on average be no less accessible to public amenities such as open 
space, as the market rate units. 

14.5.4.3 Minimum design and construction standards for affordable units within 
market-rate developments shall be integrated with the rest of the 
development and shall be compatible in design, appearance, 
construction, and quality of materials with other units. 

14.5.4.4 Timing of construction or provision of affordable units or lots - where 
feasible affordable housing units shall be provided coincident to the 
development of the market-rate units, and at no time shall the 
development of affordable units fail to conform to the schedule 
established in section 14.5.2.1. 

14.5.5 Rules and Regulations - the Planning Board and Board of Appeals in 
consultation with the Lincoln Housing Commission and other Town 
Boards shall develop rules and regulations to implement the provisions 



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of this Bylaw. Calculations for the value of payment or land in lieu of 
units shall be set forth in the Rules and Regulations. 

An amendment to postpone indefinitely was defeated. 

ARTICELE 39 Proposed by the Planning Board 
VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town hear and accept a report from the Planning Board's 

CellTower Task Force. 

ARTICLE 40 Proposed by the Planning Board 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town amend the Zoning Bylaw by deleting the existing Section 
23 and replacing it as follows (areas in bold denote changes to 
definitions other than reformatting): 

SECTION 23 DEFINITIONS. In this Bylaw the following terms shall have the 
meanings described below: 

Accessory Use or Structure : A use or structure which is subordinate to, 
customarily incidental to and located on the same lot with the principal use or 
building to which it is accessory. 

Attic : That portion of a pitched roof building located under the roof construction 
and above the ceiling construction of the story immediately below. (See Space, 
Attic) 

Basement: A basement is that portion of a building which is partly or completely 
below average natural grade. (See Space, Basement and Story) 

Building: A structure adapted to permanent or continuous occupancy for 
assembly, business, professional, education, industrial, institutional, residential or 
storage purposes; no trailer or mobile home shall be used as a building; and the 
term "building" shall be construed as if followed by the words "or portion thereof." 

Building Envelope: Area within which buildings may be built. 

Cooking Facilities : Any facilities (including without limitation a hot plate or 
portable oven, but not including an outdoor grill) which permit the occupant of a 
building to prepare or serve hot meals in the building on a regular basis. 

Developable Site Area: That part of a lot which remains after subtracting from 
the lot area all land which is located in: 

1 . a street 

2. an area subject to protection under the Wetlands Protection Act, 
Chapter 131, Section 40 of the Massachusetts General Laws, as 
defined in Title 310 of the Code of Massachusetts Regulations; and 

3. any zoning district in which the principal use of the lot is not permitted. 

Dwelling: A building containing one or more dwelling units. 



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Dwelling, Two Family: A single building containing two dwelling units. 

Dwelling Unit: A portion of a building occupied or suitable for occupancy as a 
residence and arranged for the use of one or more individuals living as a single 
housekeeping unit with its own cooking, living, sanitary and sleeping facilities, but 
not including trailers or mobile homes, however mounted, or commercial 
accommodations offered for periodic occupancy. 

Grade, Average Natural: The average of the elevations of the natural grades 
around the perimeter of a proposed building, as determined by the formula: 



r\Ue l +e 2 )/2] 



/ j = sum of segments 



S = a segment of the building perimeter 

e 1 and e 2 = the natural grades at the respective ends of the segment 

L = the corresponding length of the segment 

P = the length of the total building perimeter. 

In the case of a rectangular building, average natural grade may be 
determined by taking the average of the natural grades at the four 
extreme corners of the building. 

Grade, Finished: The final elevation of the land at any point along the perimeter 
of a building at the completion of construction. The elevation of the finished 
grade shall be determined by a site plan satisfactory to the Planning Board 
showing proposed contours at the completion of construction. 

Grade, Natural: The elevation of the land in its natural state at any point 
along the perimeter of a proposed building prior to disturbance for construction, 
filling or excavation. The natural grade shall be certified by a registered land 
surveyor, or may be such elevation as may be determined from maps or records 
satisfactory to the Planning Board. 

Grade Plane: A reference plane representing the average finished ground level 
adjoining the building at all exterior walls. Where the finished ground level slopes 
away from the exterior walls, the reference plane shall be established by the 
lowest points within the area between the building and the lot line, or where the 
lot line is more than six feet from the building, between the building and a point 
six (6) feet from the building. 

Gross Floor Area: The sum, in square feet, of the horizontal interior areas of all 
floors of a building or structure, or several buildings or structures on the same lot, 
measured from the exterior face of exterior walls, or from the center line of a 
party wall. 

Gross Floor Area, Calculated: The sum in square feet of the gross floor area of 
all existing and proposed structures above average natural grade on the lot 
including the portion of any attic space, basement space and implied gross floor 



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area, but excluding basements, and excluding unheated portions of barns 
existing for more than ten (10) years. 

Gross Floor Area, Implied: The sum of the horizontal portions of any floor or 
story in any buildings or structures on the same lot that are open to the floor 
below that, if filled in with a structural floor, would create additional usable floor 
area. 

Hotel, Motel or Lodging House: A building, or part thereof, or a group of 
buildings on a single lot, where space is used for sleeping or eating by more than 
three (3) persons as paying guests, regular or transient. 

Land, Open: A parcel or parcels of land or an area of water, or a combination of 
land and water, not including roads, set aside in an undeveloped state for the 
benefit, use and enjoyment of the residents of the Town and the residents of a 
cluster development, an R-3 OSRD development, an R-4 PCD development, or a 
North Lincoln Planned Development District, as the case may be. 

Land, Qualifying Area of a Tract: Eighty five (85) percent of the Land Usable for 
Residential Construction in that tract of land. 

Land Usable for Residential Construction: Land found by the Planning Board 
and Board of Health, at the time of application for special permit, building permit 
or subdivision approval, assuming compliance with this Zoning Bylaw, to be 
suitable for the construction thereon of residential dwelling units under the 
applicable laws and bylaws and rules and regulations of the Town of Lincoln and 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

Lot: The whole area of a parcel of land or contiguous parcels of land in common 
ownership. Each separate and distinct parcel of land is shown on a plan 
recorded or registered at the Middlesex South Registry of Deeds or Registry 
District of the Land Court, shall be considered a lot for the purposes of this 
Bylaw. The term "lot" shall also include the following: 

1. any such whole area which is shown as one lot on any plot plan 
accompanying an application for a building permit, or; 

2. any such whole area which is necessary to render any structure or use 
conforming in accordance with this Bylaw or legal and non-conforming 
in accordance with Section 4.5. 

Lot Lines: 

1 . Front lot line: that property line which establishes frontage on 
away. 

2. Rear lot line: that property line which is furthest from and most 
nearly parallel to the front lot line. All other lot lines are side lot lines. 
Triangular and irregularly shaped lots may have no rear lot line. 

3. Side lot line: any other property line. 



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Motor Vehicle: all vehicles constructed and designed for propulsion by power, 
other than muscular power, including such vehicles when pulled or towed by 
another motor vehicle, regardless of condition. In doubtful cases the Planning 
Board may determine whether or not any particular vehicle is a motor vehicle as 
herein defined. 

Motor Vehicle Parts: Any equipment, accessory, used or new integral part 
generally recognized as belonging to or an attachment to a motor vehicle. 

Motor Vehicle Repair Shop: A shop or garage for the repair of motor vehicles, 
other than a private garage or service station 

Motor Vehicle Service Station: A structure or lot used for the sale of gasoline 
and oil or for servicing or storing motor vehicles other than a private garage. 

Premises: A lot, including where the context so requires, any structures on the 
lot. 

Private Garage: Covered space for the housing of motor vehicles, no more than 
two of which belong to others than the occupants of the lot on which such space 
is located. 

Public Safety Facility: Any structure or structures used for police, fire, and 
technical emergency medical protection. 

Repair Services or Shop: A shop or business for the repair of small 
engines, appliances, light equipment, electronics, or other non-motor 
vehicle type equipment. 

Rooming or Boarding House: A dwelling in which the person resident therein 
provides eating and/or sleeping accommodations for not more than three paying 
guests who are not provided with separate cooking facilities and who use the 
cooking facility ordinarily used by the resident family. 

Space, Attic: The sum of the horizontal area(s) in an attic, including all areas 
under or within a dormer, whether such areas are finished or unfinished, in which 
the vertical distance between the attic floor and the attic ceiling exceeds, or 
structurally could exceed five (5) feet. 

Space, Basement: The sum of horizontal area(s) below the average natural 
grade that meet the criteria of a story. 

Story: That portion of a building included between the upper surface of a floor 
and the upper surface of a floor or roof next above. A basement shall be 
considered to be a story where the finished surface of the floor above the 
basement is: 

1 . more than four (4) feet above grade plane; or 



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2. more than four (4) feet above average natural grade for more than 
fifty (50) percent of the total building perimeter; or 

3. more than ten (10) feet above the natural grade at any point. 

Story, Half: A space under a sloping roof that has the line of intersection of the 
roof and wall face not more than three (3) feet above the floor level and in which 
space the possible floor area with head room of five (5) feet or less occupies at 
least forty (40) percent of the total floor area of the story directly beneath. 
Spaces not satisfying this definition shall be considered a full story. 

Street: 

1 . a public way or a way which the clerk of the Town certifies is 
maintained and used as public way, or 

2. a way shown on a plan theretofore approved and endorsed in 
accordance with the subdivision control law, or 

3. a way in existence when the subdivision control law became effective in 
the Town of Lincoln having, in the opinion of the Planning Board, 
sufficient width, suitable grades, and adequate construction to provide 
for the needs of vehicular traffic in relation to the proposed use of the 
land abutting thereon or served thereby and for the installation of 
municipal services to serve such land and the buildings erected or to be 
erected thereon. 

Street Line: The side line of a street or way, as determined by deeds and plans 
recorded at the Registry of Deeds; where no line is thus legally established, then 
a line parallel with and twenty five (25) feet distant from the center line of a 
traveled way. 

Structure: A combination of materials assembled at a fixed location to give 
support or shelter. The word "structure" shall be construed, where the context 
requires, as though followed by the words, "or part or parts thereof. In particular, 
the term "structure" shall include, but not be limited to: (a) buildings, (b) 

stadiums, (c) tents, (d) reviewing stands, (e) platforms, (f) stagings, (g) 
observation towers, (h) water tanks, (i) play towers, (j) swimming pools, (k) 
animal enclosures, (I) trestles, (m) sheds, (n) shelters, (o) courts for tennis or 
similar games, (p) backstops, (q) backboards, (r) fences, or (s) display signs. 

Subsidized Housing: Housing for people of low or moderate income which is 
constructed, rehabilitated, remodeled and sold, leased, or rented by the Town of 
Lincoln, a local housing commission or authority, or by any other public agency, 
non-profit corporation, limited dividend corporation or partnership or cooperative, 
the construction, remodeling, financing, sale, lease or rental of which housing is 
regulated and financially assisted by agencies of the government of the United 
States or of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts under programs the purpose 
of which is to provide housing for people of low or moderate income. For the 
purposes of this paragraph, the terms "low income" and "limited dividend 



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corporation or partnership" shall have the meanings defined in the programs or 
laws administered by such agencies. 

Wireless Communication Facility or Facilities: shall mean all types of fixtures, 
structures, or equipment used by or intended for use by a public utility or an 
FCC-licensed commercial entity for the wireless transmission and reception of 
radio signals including: 

1. reception and transmission equipment and fixtures such as antennas 
and similar devices, and 

2. antenna support structures that are erected and used primarily to 
support such reception and transmission equipment. A Wireless 
Communications Facility may include accessory mechanical, electronic, 
or telephonic equipment necessary to operate such facility; provided, 
however that such facility shall be a transmission and reception 
substation, not a principal facility for conducting a communication 
business. 

Yard: An open space on a lot unoccupied by a building or structure. 

1. Front yard: A yard extending between lot side lines across the lot 
adjacent to each street it abuts. 

2. Rear yard: A yard extending between lot side lines across the lot 
adjacent to the rear line of the lot. 

3. Side yard: A yard extending along each side line of a lot between the 
front and rear yards. 

ARTICLE 41 Proposed by the Planning Board 

VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town amend the following sections of the Zoning Bylaw to 
make appropriate technical or grammatical corrections and to correct 
section references, none of which amendments make any significant 
changes to the Zoning Bylaw (deleted language lined out, added 
language in bold face): 

1 . Add the following to Section 7.2 (b): 

and provided that no building permit for a two-family dwelling 
shall be issued unless a site plan has been submitted and 
approved in accordance with the provisions of Section 17 below.; 

2. Amend Section 12.6.6 (b) third paragraph after the word "lesser" as 
follows: 



twenty (20) feet above the lesser of either the preexisting tree ... 



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3. Amend Sections 16.2 and 16.4 as follows: 

. . . .under subsections 1 6.3(a), 1 6.3(b) and 1 6.3(e) and 16.3(f ); 

4. Add the following to Section 17.2 after the words "registered engineer,: 

....site plans shall also be prepared by a professional architect, 
registered engineer, registered land surveyor, or landscape architect 
at a scale ....; 

5. Amend Section 17.3 first paragraph last sentence as follows: 



... and shall make a decision within 30 days of the op e ning closing of 
the public hearing.; 

6. Amend Section 13.4 as follows: 



Accessory Structures, as enum e rated i n S e ct i on 23.28 defined in 
Section 23 and enumerated under Structure (a-q) shall not be 
located closer than 50 feet from the street line nor any closer to any side 
or rear lot line than the height of such accessory structure above the 
ground level or 20 feet, whichever is greater. Accessory structures, as 
e num e rat e d in S e ct i on 23.28 defined in Section 23, and enumerated 
under Structure (b-q) may be located without regard..; 



7. Amend Section 6.6.2 (c) (iii) as follows: 



Definition of Land Usable for Residential Construction (23.14) (Section 
23); 

8. Amend Section 18.5.5 6. in both instances after the words "bicycle 
path": 



ARTICLE 42 

VOTED: 



ARTICLE 43 

VOTED: 



6. The location of a fence shall be set back at least ten (10) feet from 
the edge of the public way where there is no bicycle path or 
sidewalk, and at least five (5) feet from a bicycle path or 
sidewalk., 

Proposed by the Planning Board 

(Unanimously) 

To pass over this article. 

Proposed by Planning Board 
(Unanimously) 



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That the Town amend the Zoning Bylaw by adding the following new 
Section 21.7.1: 

The Planning Board, in accordance with MGL Chapter 40A, Section 9, 
may provide for one associate member to serve when the Planning 
Board has been designated as a special permit granting authority. The 
associate member position shall be filled by the joint appointment of the 
Planning Board and the Board of Selectmen. The Chairperson of the 
Planning Board may designate the associate member to sit on the 
Board for the purpose of acting on a special permit application in the 
case of absence, inability to act, or conflict of interest on the part of any 
member of the Planning Board or in the event of a vacancy on the 
Board. The term of the Associate Member shall be three (3) years. 

ARTICLE 44 Proposed by Planning Board 
VOTED: (Unanimously) 

That the Town amend the Zoning Bylaw by adding the following 

Section: 

6.6.5 Upon approval of the cluster subdivision special permit by the 
Planning Board, development of individual lots within the 
cluster shall require site plan review in accordance with 
Section 17.7 of this bylaw. Amendments or changes to 
approved site plans shall require Planning Board review in 
accordance with Section 17.7 unless the Planning Board 
makes a determination such amendment or change is de- 
minimus as stated under section 17.7.4(g) 

and further amend the zoning bylaw by amending section 17.7, 
section 17.7.1, section 17.7.4(b), and section 17.7.4(g) as 
follows: 

Sections 4.6, 6.0.1 , and 6.0.2, and 6.6, 

ARTICLE 45 Proposed by Planning Board 
VOTED: Unanimously) 

That the Town amend the Zoning Bylaw by replacing the existing 

"Figure 1" with a new "Figure 1" as follows: 



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*? arL °'Un 



Side lot line- '""V — 



fifty foot setback 
section 6.5.5 




Building envelope - all lines 
drawn through the envelope, 
between any two side lot lines 
must be 250ft or greater 



..Most restrictive 250ft lines 
define building envelope 
section 13.2.5 



Dashed lines between 
side lot lines are less than 
250ft. Building not permitted 



Front Lot Line 



The Disabilities Commission recognized Peter Sugar, Chairman of the Bemis Hall 
Restoration Committee, for his commitment to the needs of the disabled in seeing to the 
installation of the elevator in Bemis Hall. 

Thanks was expressed to Nancy Pimental, Celebrations Committee Chairman; Sarah 
Andryziak, 250 Committee Chairman; and Kerry Glass, Historical Society President, for 
their work on the successful celebration of the 250 th anniversary of the town. 

Thanks was expressed to the Selectmen, the Fire Department and the Police Department 
regarding a recent house fire in town. 

Honor was given to several officers who retired as follows: 

Ashton Peery from the School Committee 

Raghild Fredrickson from the Lincoln-Sudbury School Committee 

Peg Marsh from the Water Commission 

Susan Brooks and Al Schmertzler from the Finance Committee 

There being no further business to come before the meeting, it was moved, seconded and 
unanimously voted to dissolve the Meeting at 5:25 p.m. 



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FINANCE 

Treasurer/Collector's Office 

Treasurer/Collector: Neil Feinberg 

Department Head: Mary C. Day, Assistant Town Treasurer & Collector 

Revenue Coordinator: Annette Anderson 

Revenue Coordinator: Debbie Tucker 

The Treasurer is the sole custodian of all town funds. The Treasurer attempts to maximize 
investment income earned by the Town Treasury and ensures the payment of the town's 
bills to its creditors and payroll checks to its employees. The Treasurer also ensures the 
effective administration of town and school system employee benefits programs and 
manages all debt that has been authorized by vote of the Town Meeting. 

The Town Collector ensures that all tax and water bills are properly mailed to taxpayers 
and that an accurate accounting of all bills owed to the town is kept; and, when necessary, 
protects the interests of the town by utilizing all means of enforcement in the collection of 
amounts owed to the town 

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 
Location: Town Office, 16 Lincoln Road, 1st Floor 
Phone: 781-259-2606 
Email: davm@lincolntown.org 



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FINANCE 

TREASURER'S REPORT 

NEIL FEINBERG, TOWN TREASURER 

CASH BALANCES AS OF JUNE 30, 2005 



General Town Funds 



Cash on Deposit 



Bank of America 

Vendor / Payroll checking 554.64 

Depository 1,046,784.65 

Hanscom Operating Fund 0.00 

Recreation Revolving Fund 165,358.71 

School Lunch Revolving Fund 120.16 

Student Activity Agency Funds 1 02,272.76 

Investment Fund 4,679,457.48 

Community Preservation Act Fund 613,497.59 

Justice Drug Fund 2,848.94 

Citizen's Bank 

Escrow Account 136,411.15 

Investment Fund 2,007,848.32 

Community Preservation Debt Proceeds Fund 812,239.27 

Century Bank 

Lockbox Account 8,161.46 

Mass. Municipal Depository Trust (pooled investment) 

General Town Account 81 ,661 .76 

Stabilization Fund 341,037.84 

Petty Cash (located in various offices) 1 ,675.00 



General Town Funds - Total 



Trust Funds 



$9,999,929.73 
Market Value 



Commonwealth Financial Network 
Various Investments 

Cash/Cash Equivalents 
Equities 
Fixed Income 
Mutual Funds 



71,357.15 
382,840.96 
461,061.20 

81,741.79 



Trust Funds - Totals $997,001.10 

TOTAL CASH BALANCE (06/30/05) $10,996,930.83 

(General Town Funds Total + Trust Funds Total) 



52 



STATEMENT OF OUTSTANDING DEBT 
AS OF JUNE 30, 2005 



General Obligation Bond (6.4295%) - For School Construction and Public Safety Bldg. 
projects. Issued July 1, 1996 under Ch. 645 of the Acts of 1948 as amended and 
voted at annual town meeting on March 27, 1993; and Ch. 44, Sec. 7 of the Mass. 
General Laws. 

OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL $4,500,000.00 

REMAINING REPAYMENT SCHEDULE 

DUE DATE PRINCIPAL DUE INTEREST DUE 

7/1/2005 1,250,000.00 129,375.00 

1/1/2006 97,500.00 

7/1/2006 1,250,000.00 97,500.00 

1/1/2007 60,000.00 

7/1/2007 1,000,000.00 60,000.00 

1/1/2008 30,000.00 

7/1/2008 1,000,000.00 30,000.00 

TOTAL 4,500,000.00 504,375.00 

State House Loan Note (4.90%) - For Remodeling of Codman Pool 

Issued May 1 , 2003 under Ch. 645 of the Acts of 1 948 as amended and 

voted at annual town meeting on March 26, 2002; and Ch. 44, Sec. 7 of the Mass. 

General Laws. 

OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL 



DUE DATE 

5/1/2006 
5/1/2007 
5/1/2008 
5/1/2009 
5/1/2010 
5/1/2011 
5/1/2012 
5/1/2013 
TOTAL 

General Obligation Bond (3.249494%) - For Remodeling of Bemis Hall & purchase of a Fire T 
Issued August 1 5, 2004 under Ch. 645 of the Acts of 1 948 as amended and 
voted at annual town meeting on March 23, 2002 for the remodeling of Bemis Hall 
and March 27, 2004 for the purchase of a fire truck; and Ch. 44, Sec. 7 of the Mass. 
General Laws 



$160,000.00 




SCHEDULE 
PRINCIPAL DUE 


INTEREST DUE 


20,000.00 


7,840.00 


20,000.00 


6,860.00 


20,000.00 


5,880.00 


20,000.00 


4,900.00 


20,000.00 


3,920.00 


20,000.00 


2,940.00 


20,000.00 


1,960.00 


20,000.00 


980.00 


160,000.00 


35,280.00 



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OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL 



DUE DATE 

8/15/2005 
2/15/2006 
8/15/2006 
2/15/2007 
8/15/2007 
2/15/2008 
8/15/2008 
2/1 5/2009 
8/15/2009 
2/15/2010 
8/15/2010 
2/15/2011 
8/15/2011 
2/15/2012 
8/15/2012 
2/15/2013 
8/15/2013 
2/15/2014 
8/15/2014 
TOTAL 



$830,000.00 




SCHEDULE 
PRINCIPAL DUE 


INTEREST DUE 


90,000.00 


13,005.00 




10,980.00 


90,000.00 


10,980.00 




9,742.50 


90,000.00 


9,742.50 




8,660.00 


80,000.00 


8,660.00 




7,540.00 


80,000.00 


7,540.00 




6,340.00 


80,000.00 


6,340.00 




5,110.00 


80,000.00 


5,110.00 




3,780.00 


80,000.00 


3,780.00 




2,340.00 


80,000.00 


2,340.00 




800.00 


80,000.00 


800.00 


830,000.00 


123,590.00 



State House Loan Note (3.95%) - For Repair of Town Hall Gutters 
Issued April 15, 2005 under Ch. 645 of the Acts of 1 948 as amended and 
voted at annual town meeting on March 26, 2002; and Ch. 44, Sec. 7 of the Mass. 
General Laws. 

OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL $117.000.00 

REMAINING REPAYMENT SCHEDULE 

DUE DATE PRINCIPAL DUE INTEREST DUE 

4/15/2006 39,000.00 4,621.50 

4/15/2007 39,000.00 3,081.00 

4/15/2008 39,000.00 1,540.50 

TOTAL 117,000.00 9,243.00 

Bond Anticipation Note (3.04%) - For Community Preservation Act Projects 
Issued June 22, 2005 under Ch. 645 of the Acts of 1 948 as amended and 
voted at annual town meeting on April 2, 2005; and Ch. 44, Sec. 7 of the Mass. 
General Laws. 

OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL $811.750.00 

REMAINING REPAYMENT SCHEDULE 

DUE DATE PRINCIPAL DUE INTEREST DUE 

6/22/2006 811,750.00 24,677.20 

TOTAL 811,750.00 24,677.20 



TOTAL OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL $6.418.750.00 



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BOARD OF ASSESSORS 

Ellen Meadors, Edward Morgan, John G. Robinson, Chair 

The major event for the Board of Assessors in 2005 was the retirement of our 
Principal Assessor, Julie Miller. She served the board ably and with consummate 
professionalism for a little over 10 years . The Board and the town will miss her greatly. 

The Board, with help from Assistant Town Administrator Anita Scheipers and 
Finance Director Colleen Wilkins, explored 2 options for replacing Julie. We searched for 
a new person to fill her position and we explored the option to contract for services 
necessary to carry out assessing duties for the Town. After evaluating the few candidates 
who applied for the position, as well as the response to an RFP for contracting work, we 
decided that contracting out the services would provide the best assessing expertise, and 
would cost less. Kathy Socia, our Administrative Assistant, will assume the routine in the 
Assessors office. 

The expanded Property Tax Deferral rules passed last year proved to be popular 
among Lincoln's older population. The Board approved 10 deferral requests in 2005, 
compared to 3 the previous year. We remind residents that, under the revised terms, any 
taxpayer aged 60 years or older as of July first, whose yearly income does not exceed 
$60,000, may elect to defer their property taxes. The interest rate continues this year at 
4%. Call the Assessor's Office at (781) 259-2611 for an application or a brochure 
describing the deferral. 

The Board of Selectmen approved our recommendation to increase the split of 
the tax rate for this year to 125%. Tax rates for FY 2006 are $9.30 per $1000 of value for 
residential property, and $1 1 .72 for commercial. 

The average value of a single family house in Lincoln rose by 5.3%, based on 
2004 sales, while the average tax bill rose by 5.2%. The Board continues to monitor 
changes in the real estate market. 

As 2006 is a certification year, the Board will focus on completing this triennial 
task with outside consulting help. In the certification process, the state reviews the town's 
assessed values to ensure that they are fair and equitable, and represent full market 
value. The BOA monitors these values carefully every year, so we expect little difficulty in 
meeting the state requirements. 



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Board of Assessors 

Recap of 

Fiscal Year 2006 



Valuation 

Taxable Real Estate 
Personal Property 
Exempt Property 
TOTAL 



$1,993,433,125 

17,615,410 

573,944,240 

$2,584,992,775 



Appropriations and Assessments 

Town Appropriations 

Cherry Sheet Offsets 

State and County Charges 

Overlay 

Other 

TOTAL 



$26,014,157.11 

$438,910.00 

158,211.00 

96,321.86 

681,840.00 



$27,389,439.97 



Estimated Receipts 

Cherry Sheet Receipts 
Over Estimates Cherry Sheet 
Local Estimated Receipts 
Enterprise Funds 
Community Preservation Funds 
Free Cash 
Available Funds 
TOTAL 

Net Amount to Raise 



$2,631,073.00 

0.00 

1,767,000.00 

1,685,639.40 

1,058,340.00 

881,839.00 

505,898.00 



$8,529,789.40 
$18,859,650.57 



Taxes for County, State & Town 

Real Property 
Personal Property 
TOTAL 



$18,653,197.96 
206,452.61 



$18,859,650.57 



Tax Rate 



$9.3/ $11.72 per $1,000 



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Real Estate 
Personal Property 
Exempt Property 



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60 



INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - ANNUAL REPORT 

Chuck Miller - Director 

As this report is being written in December 2005, we will review the progress that has 
been made in FY06 in the area of information technology. 

Financial Systems 

The entire Financial Systems migration process has taken two-years to complete, as the 
cutover involves turning on features or functions in concert with financial business cycles, 
such as Fiscal Year start and end, Payroll cycles, Calendar Year end, etc. January 2006 
will mark a milestone in that as we print this year's W-2 Forms, we will have successfully 
migrated all financial functions from our aging Pentamation Server. 

Library Services 

The Library now has a new File & Print server in place that is managed remotely from the 
Town Office computer room. All nightly backups are also down remotely. A half-dozen 
PCs have also been replaced with modern models. In addition a Wireless Access Point 
has been installed to allow the Comcast Internet connection to be shared with Library 
patrons who bring their WiFi capable laptops. 

Public Safety 

Public Safety has had a major upgrade of all of the computers in that facility. The old 
servers were near capacity and were running an obsolete and unsupported operating 
system (NT 4.0). Both data servers have been replaced with robust new machines 
running Windows 2003 Server operating system. In addition, all the Desktop PCs were 
replaced. This hardware, in conjunction with software upgrades, has stabilized the 
environment by eliminating the plaguing effects of malware. 

Servers and New Applications 

Two new application servers have been deployed since my last report. One Server is 
used for a mapping application called Pictometry. This mapping application was supplied 
by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) in cooperation with Homeland 
Security. The other server (which is scheduled for deployment over the winter) is for 
Outlook Web Access (OWA). OWA allows employees the ability to access their Lincoln e- 
mail remotely from an Internet Web Browser without compromising any of the security that 
has been put in place to protect our internal network. This is particularly useful to 
department heads that need to be in communication with their Boards & Committees. It is 
also useful to Public Safety personnel who do not work a traditional 40-hour work week, in 
that they can be kept abreast of any new developments or directives prior to showing up 
for their shift. 

Council on Aging 

The Council on Aging has had a refresh of all their technology. New PCs are in place, in 
the Director's office and her Secretary's office. In addition, new PCs and printers have 
been placed in the popular COA Lab. We have also installed a Wireless Access Point to 
be used with the Laptop computer and the LCD Projector. 



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Department of Public Works 

As the DPW is now under the leadership of Chris Bibbo, we have embarked on a joint 
effort to broaden the use of technology within the department. To that end the DPW Barn 
has been equipped with network wiring and new computers are in the Secretary, Foreman 
and Mechanic's offices. In addition a multifunction printer has replaced the broken copier 
and fax machines that were previously in use. 

Water Department 

Over the past year, the Water Department has taken over the Water Billing process that 
had been managed by the Finance & Accounting Department in years past. The IT 
Department worked with Commissioner Buck Creel, Heather Clary and vendors to make 
this transition work smoothly and transparently to Lincoln water customers. 

New Web Page 

The new web page was rolled out about the time of last Annual Town Meeting. 
The new page has improved navigational aides and the graphics reflect seasonal 
life in Lincoln. The new look and feel of the page has been very well received. 

Geographical Information Systems (GIS) 

As GIS capability is on the rise in Lincoln, the demand for service and support is 
also increasing. To that end, the IT Department worked cooperatively with 
Planning, Conservation and Public Works to select and install a large format 
printer for map printing. In addition, we have worked closely with Angela 
Kearney to purchase and deploy a handheld GPS solution to aid in inventory and 
data collection efforts in the field. 

Security 

The past year required substantial efforts to reduce the impact of malicious 
software and viruses on servers, PCs and networks. A systematic methodology 
has been implemented to perform preventative maintenance on all servers no 
less than twice a year. In addition, a newer release of our Antivirus software has 
been deployed, antiSPAM software is in place, and the Firewall is updated 
frequently. By the time this report is published, we should also have installed a 
Patch Management solution to keep all servers and PCs up to date with hotfixes, 
patches and upgrades. 

Futures 

As more servers and desktops proliferate throughout the various Town facilities, 
the ability to remotely access and manage these devices is becoming more 
important. New technologies provide an opportunity to manage these tasks 
remotely from a centralized location rather than having to travel from building to 
building and desk to desk to patch software, deploy new releases, etc. 



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PROTECTION OF PERSONS & PROPERTY 

POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Chief: Kevin A. Mooney Officers: William Carlo 

Robert Gallo 
Laura Hohmann 
Lieutenant: A. Kevin Kennedy Thomas Moran 

David Regan 
Sergeants: Sean Kennedy Robert Surette 

Richard McCarty Ian Spencer 

Paul Westlund 

Detective: Jon Wentworth Dispatchers: 

Craig Campbell 
Ryan Farrell 

Administrative Assistant: Lee Seeckts Herbert Kelley 

Laurel Mavilia 
Rita McFadden 



In 2005, there were a number of personnel changes within the department. In 
September, Officer Robert Sweetland resigned in order to take a position with the Quincy 
Police Department. As a result, Officer Ian Spencer was hired as Officer Sweetland's 
replacement. Officer Spencer previously worked for two (2) years as a Dispatcher with 
the City of Marlboro and later became a full time police officer with the Town of Bolton 
where he served for approximately two (2) years. 

In September, Dispatcher Shirley Foley resigned to take a position with the North 
Andover Police Department. As a result, Dispatcher Craig Campbell was hired as 
Dispatcher Foley's replacement. In October, Dispatcher Thomas Mellor was reactivated 
to the United States Armed Forces and thus deployed. Dispatcher Rita McFadden was 
hired on a temporary basis as Dispatcher Mellor's replacement. 

AWARDS 

In January, Sergeant Paul Westlund was honored as Lincoln Police Officer of the 
Year by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) for his efforts in combating drunk 
driving. Sergeant Westlund's thoroughness in preparing such cases resulted in a ninety- 
seven percent (97%) conviction rate. 

In November, Officer Robert Gallo (Safety Officer) received an award on behalf 
of the department from AAA in recognition that there has not been a pedestrian fatality in 
the Town for over twenty-five (25) years. 

TRAINING 

In May, all members of the department received specialized training by members 
of the North Eastern Municipal Law Enforcement Council (N.E.M.L.E.C.) SWAT Team. 
The training focused on the police response to "Crisis' in the Schools." 

During the year, all officers and dispatchers received specialized training on 
unique topics pertaining to domestic violence. These training were coordinated through 



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the Domestic Violence Victim Assistance Program (D.V.V.A.P.) in conjunction with area 
police departments. In February, an officer went to Austin Texas and in September and 
officer went to St. Paul Minnesota in order to attend domestic violence conferences with 
members of area police departments and D.V.V.A.P. 

In August, Officer David Regan received eighty (80) hours of specialized training 
on the instruction of the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) curriculum. In 
January 2006, Officer Regan will instruct the DARE curriculum to the fifth (5 th ) grade 
students at the Lincoln Schools. 

GRANTS 

Massachusetts Local Preparedness: The police department received 
$12,000.00 for the purchase of six (6) portable radios. These radios are equipped with 
both analog and digital technology which allows for direct radio communication with 
various local, state, regional, and federal law enforcement agencies. 

Executive Office of Public Safety Community Policing: The department 
received $11,299.00, which allowed the department to do the following: alcohol and drug 
education classes, stranger awareness, juvenile outreach, and specialized trainings. 

North East Regional Homeland Security: The police and fire departments 
received a combined $14,000.00. Necessary items were purchased in order to establish a 
temporary shelter in the event of an emergency or disaster. Also purchased were various 
rescuing equipment and an outdoor portable lighting trailer. 

Governor's Highway Safety: The department received $8,400.00 for such 
initiatives as "Click it or Ticket" and "Drink Drive You Loose." By under taking this 
initiative, the department was able to increase its overall traffic enforcement by ten (10%) 
percent. Furthermore, by taking part and complying with the initiative, the department 
received the following equipment; two (2) traffic signal advisors, four (4) measuring 
wheels, five (5) pedestrian crosswalk signs, and one (1) hand held radar unit. 

AGREEMENTS 

In an effort to continue and maintain the positive relationships with various 
federal law enforcement agencies, the department is in the process of formalizing its 
agreements with both the National Park Services and United States Air Force. 

In April, a Memorandum Of Understanding between the National Park Service 
and Lincoln Police Department was executed which address jurisdictional issues as well 
as mutual aid assistance. 

In January of 2006, the department anticipates the execution of a Memorandum 
Of Understanding (M.O.U.) between the United States Air Force 66 th Squadron and the 
Lincoln Police Department. The MOU will address jurisdictional issues as well as the 
coordinated effort in handing domestic violence and juvenile delinquency. 

GIFT 

In January, the department received a $20,000.00 gift from an anonymous 
resident, which allowed the department to purchase a police motorcycle. For the past four 
(4) years, the department has leased a police motorcycle with funds provided by the 
Executive Office of Public Safety Community Police Grant. The use of a police motorcycle 



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has been instrumental to the department's traffic enforcement program, special events, 
and the department's involvement with N.E.M.L.E.C. 

COMMUNITY SERVICE 

In a cooperative effort, the police, fire, and school departments joined together to 
assist the victims of Hurricane Katrina. As a result, a total of 2,500 pounds of food was 
collected and sent to the victims via the Greater Boston Food Pantry. 

INITIATIVES 

The department volunteered to be part of the State's Racial Profiling Pilot 
Program, which lasted six (6) months. During this time, the department was actively 
involved and influential in the development of the state-wide system which was ultimately 
implemented. 

PROTECTION OF PERSONS & PROPERTY 

The following is a report of the activity by the Lincoln Police Department for the 
2005 calendar year. During the year, a total of 7,565 incidents were generated which can 
be categorized as follows: 



CRIMINAL ACTIVITY: 



TRAFFIC ACTIVITIES: 



Arrests 103 

Breaking and Entering 15 

Robberies 1 

Larcenies 26 

Motor Vehicle Theft 4 

Assault 8 

Forgery 4 

Embezzlement 1 

Vandalism 44 

Narcotics Law Violation 1 8 

Disorderly Conduct 7 

Trespass 12 

Civil Matters 49 

Juvenile Matters 31 

Reports of Missing Persons 16 

Domestic Matters 26 

Telephone Disturbance Calls 82 
Reports of Suspicious Activities 428 

General service Responses 1,172 

Animal Complaints 127 

Ambulance Calls 247 

Unattended Death Report 4 

Alarms Responded To 613 

Assists to Other Agencies 1 89 

Restraining Order Services 1 1 

Reports of Confused Persons 12 

Protective Custody 10 



Total Vehicle Stops 4,044 

Traffic Citations 2,682 

Motor Vehicle Criminal Complaints 228 

Operating Under the Influence 45 

Accidents Responded to 261 

Accidents Investigated 125 



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LINCOLN FIRE DEPARTMENT 
Fire Chief: Arthur Cotoni 



Lieutenant: 



Frank Grey 
Rick Ruses 



Gary Longo 
John Whalen 



Firefighters: 



Joseph Cavanaugh 
Timothy Deavoli 
Dave Nichols 



Scott Christensen 
Ben Juhola 



Call Firefighters: Tim Neufell 
Brian LaCroix 
Bill Whalen 
David Whalen 



Mark Mola 
Mike O'Donnell 
Brian Whalen 



The Fire Department has continued to professionally perform all required fire 
suppression duties and medical emergencies that have occurred. During this past year the 
call-firefighters that were enrolled into the Firefighter I, II course have successfully 
completed the program, and we have also enrolled to new additional firefighters into the 
curriculum. The graduated firefighters are currently on duty and have been very beneficial 
to the department. I would also like to commend and congratulate the three full-time 
firefighters that have accomplished the rigorous training and full-time commitment to the 
Massachusetts Firefighting Academy. This Eleven-week program has pushed every 
firefighter to their limit both physically and academically. After the completion of the 
program, each firefighter agreed that they have become a better firefighter with more 
knowledge, skills and most importantly experience gained. Furthermore we have enrolled 
two more fulltime firefighters into the eleven week program that will respectively be 
completed in March. 

The community is now benefiting since a newer fire alarm system has been 
installed in the dispatch control room. This system allows for quicker response time in 
case of a fire. Compared to the old system which used a wire to send the emergency 
message, this system transmits a signal that supplies emergency location, hydrant 
location, and most importantly driveway location. Additionally this system was purchased 
through grant funds and outside funding at no cost to the town. 

On-line courses are now being offered to firefighters to fulfill EMT continuing 
education requirements towards recertification. Firefighters now have the ability to 
complete training requirements while on duty. 

Two additions have been made to the front line responding apparatus. First, the 
completion of Engine-4 "Brush truck" which was donated and assembled with grant funds. 
E-4 is a 214 ton army truck that holds 500 gallons of water, 1 ,200 feet of forestry hose, 300 
feet of V/z hose and 600 feet of 2 1 /4 inch supply hose. The pump is capable of pumping 
375 gallon per minute 

Car-1 recently a "1997 Crown Victoria" has been replaced with a new 2004 Ford 
Explorer. This vehicle is more suitable for the New England weather, terrain and has four- 
wheel drive capabilities. Car-1 is now capable of towing the boat/trailer, special operations 



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trailer, and the emergency off-road vehicle trailer. This vehicle was purchased through 
town wide donations, which did not require additional funding from the town. 

I am also pleased to announce the return of the S.A.F.E. program "Student 
Awareness of Fire Education." into the Lincoln Schools. The program had depleted 
because of the lack of funds, but recently the fire department was awarded a Grant 
through "FEMA" that supplied funds to support the program again and promote awareness 
with the town and community. 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the Lincoln residents, 
organizations and societies for your much appreciated support and valued donations. I 
would also like to recognize the town departments, boards and committees for their 
encouragement and cooperation over the past year. The foundation for this department 
has strengthened because of the dependability on the town and community supporting our 
efforts to safeguard the community. 

At this time I would like to acknowledge the positive enthusiasm and proficient 
abilities performed from the fire officers and firefighters during their continued dedication 
to the department and the town. 



Total calls for service (Fire and EMS): 1552 

Fire related activities: 

Fires: 78 



Building: 


18 


Cooking: 


27 


Chimney: 


2 


Vehicles: 


6 


Others: 


25 



Estimated dollar loss: $ 950,000.00 

Hazardous conditions: 77 

This consists of Electrical wiring problems, chemical or other materials spilled, 
Natural gas leaks, carbon monoxide incidents. 

Service Calls: 252 

These calls request assistance involving: Car lockouts, animal problems/rescues, public 
assistance and assistance to neighboring towns. 

Good intent calls: 65 

These incidents include: Odor of smoke (no fire), smoke or odor removal, dispatched and 
canceled en-route, and special type of incident (assist Police). 

False Alarms: 290 



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Unintentional alarms sounding, alarm system malfunction, detector failure. 

Lightning Strikes: 5 

Other categories not classified above: 120 

Emergency Medical services: 419 

Mutual Aid calls: 168 



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BUILDING DEPARTMENT 

Earl D. Midgley, Building Inspector 
Kenneth A. Desmond, Wiring Inspector 
Robert Norton, Assistant Wiring Inspector 
Russell J. Dixon, Plumbing Inspector 
George Dixon, Assistant Plumbing Inspector 
Russell Dixon, Jr., Assistant Plumbing Inspector 
Gregory Kirkland, Custodian 
Elaine M. Carroll, Administrative Assistant 

Below are the statistics for 2005. 

Values as submitted by applicants - 

Building (Residential and Commercial) $14,509,780.00 

Plumbing(Residential and Commercial) 884,931.00 

Electrical(Residential and Commercial) 1,052,455.00 

Building permits issued - 

New Residential 3 

Minuteman Commons - New Units 20 

Additions and Remodeling 81 

Garages, Sheds, Barns 9 

Decks and porches 9 

Demolitions (house) 3 

Demolitions (accessory structures) 2 

Swimming Pools 1 

Re-roofing 28 

Greenhouses 

Tents (temporary) 41 

Signs 3 

Wood Burning Stoves 13 

Fences 4 

Tennis Courts 

Sport Court 1 

Accessory Apartments 1 

Cell Towers 

Cell Tower(replace antennas on existing tower) 1 



Total 220 

Plumbing permits issued 162 

Electrical permits issued 212 

Permit Fees Collected - Residential and Commercial 

Building $152,957.00 

Plumbing 19,823.00 

Electrical 43,171.00 

Private School Re-certification Fees 280.00 

Total $216,231.00 



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SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES 

Earl D. Midgley 



The Town of Lincoln uses the services of the Town of Concord — along with the 
Board of Health agreement for its Sealer of Weights and Measures. 

In 2005, Mark Fitzpatrick, the sealer for the Town of Concord, inspected the 3 
service stations, 2 farm stands and 1 supermarket in Town as required by the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 



Service Stations 3 

Supermarkets 1 

Farm Stands 2 

Sealing fees to be collected $567.00 



Any questions regarding weights and measures for the Town of Lincoln should 
still be directed to the Office of the Building Inspector, Telephone No. 781 - 259-2613. 



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HEALTH AND WELFARE 



BOARD OF HEALTH 



Diane Haessler, R.N. 

Arnold Weinberg, M.D. 

Frederick L. Mansfield, M.D., Chair 

The Board of Health meets the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m., and all 
meetings are open to the public. Citizens wishing to be placed on the agenda should 
contact the Concord/Lincoln Health Division at least 10 days before the scheduled 
meeting date. 

The Board's office manager is Elaine Carroll, who is also the Administrative Assistant for 
the Building Department. Inspectional services are provided through an inter-municipal 
agreement with the Town of Concord. The four employees of the Concord/Lincoln Health 
Division have offices at 141 Keyes Road in Concord, and can be reached at 978-318- 
3275 during normal business hours. 

SEPTIC HEARINGS 

One or more variances from the Board of Health were required for approximately 68% of 
the septic permits issued in 2005 and 44% of the septic permits issued since 1998: 



1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 



Total 



Septic permits issued by BoH 

Permits not requiring variances 
Permits requiring one or more variances 



Variances to the BoH regulation 

Construct leaching bed or field, instead of trenches 
Leaching area not sized for garbage grinder 
Six inches of base aggregate in leaching area 
Decreased setback to wetlands (< 1 00 feet) 
Leaching trenches less than 50 feet long 
Component on adjacent lot 
Distribution box not to local code 



Variances to Title 5 

Decreased setback from a reservoir or tributary 
Leaching area less 10' from impermeable barrier 
Decreased setback to cellar wall or slab 
Decreased setback to property line 
Decreased offset to groundwater 
Decreased setback to wetlands (< 50 feet) 
Leaching area less 15 feet from down gradient slope 
Leaching area in less than 3' of permeable soil 
Leaching area smaller than required 
Percolation rate over 30 minutes per inch 
Decreased setback between trenches 
Modified tight tank 
Nitrogen loading plan 
Only one observation hole 





46 


46 


23 


22 


36 


22 


25 


11 


231 




18 


27 


33 


28 


17 


18 


18 


23 


182 


Total 


64 


73 


56 


50 


53 


40 


43 


34 


413 




8 


12 


19 


18 


10 


13 


8 


17 


105 




8 


12 


14 


12 


8 


8 


12 


9 


83 




2 


7 


15 


16 


10 


11 


5 


7 


73 




6 


9 


10 


9 


5 


3 


3 


1 


46 




2 


9 


4 


- 


1 


- 


1 


1 


18 




1 


1 


- 


1 


1 


. 


- 


- 


4 




- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Total 


27 


50 


65 


56 


35 


35 


29 


35 


332 




. 


1 


3 


1 




4 


1 


2 


12 




- 


1 


2 


2 


4 


- 


1 


2 


12 




1 


4 


- 


3 


1 


2 


- 


- 


11 




1 


2 


- 


1 


- 


1 


6 


- 


11 




3 


3 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


8 




3 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


e 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


3 




1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 




- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2 




- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


- 


- 


. 


2 




1 
















1 




- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 




- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


1 


. 


1 




1 
















1 


Total 


11 


12 


11 


10 


7 


7 


10 


4 


72 



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OTHER HEARINGS 

Massage therapy: Licenses were issued to allow massage therapists to operate at the 
following locations: William Stason at 29 Sandy Pond Rd and Page Wasson at 223 Aspen 
Circle. 

Food establishments: The Board reviewed and approved renovations at The WhistleStop 
Gourmet. 

Recreational camps: A summer camp program that Cambridge Adventure Day Camp 
proposed to hold at Farrington Memorial was reviewed, and conditions for approval were 
issued. 

Septic installer: Anitco Excavating met with the Board to discuss the rebuilding of the 
leaching system at 82 Virginia Road. 



OTHER ACTIVITIES 

Communicable disease control: All communicable 
disease reports are forwarded to Maureen Richichi, 
the School and Town Nurse, for review. 

A total of 162 seniors and other individuals were 
immunized at the flu clinic held on Nov. 19, which 
was co-sponsored by the Board of Health and the 
Council on Aging. 



Disease Reports 


2004 20( 


Lyme Disease 


9 2i 


Bacterial and Parasitic Gastroenteritis 


Salmonella 


4 5 


Campylobacter 


3 4 


Entamoeba histolytica 


1 1 


Pertussis 


1 3 


Hepatitis B 


2 


Varicella (Chickenpox) 


2 2 


Babesiosis 


] 


Latent TB 


I 


Strep - Group B 


1 



Animal census: The following table lists the population of farm animals since 2001 



Type 



2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 



Cattle, dairy 


17 


9 


5 


11 


2 


Cattle, beef 


6 


47 


52 


59 


59 


Cattle, steer/oxen 


16 


5 


5 


6 


2 


Cattle, yearlings 


13 


28 


26 


- 


35 


Goats 


4 


20 


23 


26 


16 


Sheep 


94 


127 


145 


130 


137 


Swine 


6 


9 


18 


15 


11 


Horses/Ponies 


74 


84 


84 


89 


90 


Llamas/Alpacas 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


Donkeys 


2 


2 


2 


- 


1 


Chickens 


515 


805 


790 


856 


827 


Turkeys 


- 


22 


18 


25 


15 


Waterfowl 


9 


39 


46 


54 


49 


Gamebirds 


- 


21 


11 


10 


11 


Guinea Hens 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


Ratites 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


Peacocks 


2 


5 


2 


- 


- 


Rabbits 


- 


- 


10 





21 



72 



LINCOLN COUNCIL ON AGING 

Margaret Boyer Florence Caras 

John Caswell Robert Curtiss 

Robert Lenington, Treasurer Jack McCandless 

C. Fessenden Morse Julia Pugh, Chair 

Mary Sheldon Robert Sutherland, Vice Chair 

Dorothy Taylor Patricia Thompson, Secretary 

Karen Santucci, Director Liz King, Assistant Director 

Mission Statement: The Council on Aging strives to enrich the lives of Lincoln 
residents 60 years of age or older by providing ongoing activities and programs. 
Assistance is available for problem solving or finding services, so that it is possible for our 
senior citizens to enjoy more years of independent living in their own homes. In addition, 
the Council on Aging is a resource to all Lincoln residents who request information to help 
their parents or other elderly relatives. It is the responsibility of the Council on Aging to: 
identify the total needs of Lincoln Elders; enlist support and participation to meet these 
needs; design, advocate for and/or implement services to fill these needs. 

The biggest news of the year included: 

• The awarding of the Boston Post Cane to the late Dr. Bradford Cannon on 
December 15. At 98, Dr. Cannon was celebrated as the oldest registered voter 
in Lincoln. The Boston Post Cane was crafted in 1909 and given to 400 New 
England towns to award to their oldest citizens. The original cane is kept at the 
COA offices and a replica is given to the oldest registered voter. 

• The publication of The Sassy Seniors Calendar by the Friends of the Council on 
Aging. Fourteen male models, mostly FCOA and COA board members and 
COA volunteers, were brave enough to pose for this popular calendar. It 
created a year of fun and excitement for the COA as well as a very successful 
fund raiser. 

• The upgrade of technology at the COA. Thanks to Chuck Miller, IT Director for 
the Town of Lincoln, new PCs are in place in staff offices. In addition, new PCs 
and printers have been placed in the popular COA Lab. We also have a 
Wireless Access Point to be used with our new Laptop computer and LCD 
Projector. The projector was purchased with the help of a bequest from Jeannie 
Cousins. This technology has enabled us to have many interesting computer 
lectures, as well as presentations on travel and other topics. Seniors have also 
been able to enjoy movies on the big screen with the addition of this new 
technology. An anonymous donor also gave the COA an l-Book computer. 

The COA Board is continuing its work on a strategic plan. The results of a town- 
wide survey were compiled and analyzed. Four neighborhood coffees were held at the 
Ryan Estate, Battleroad Farm, and the homes of Pat Thompson and Frank and Wanda 
Paik. Residents who attended offered positive suggestions for future programs and 
activities. 

The Council on Aging staff provides information and referral to seniors and their 
families. Volunteers Bob Curtiss and Bob Sutherland offer help with income tax 
preparation. SHINE (Serving Health Information Needs of Elders) counselors John 
Caswell and Linda Svetz help with questions about health insurance and medical bills. 



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The new Medicare Part D has kept them very busy. We offered one very well attended 
information session on Medicare Part D and many individual counseling sessions. 
Lincoln seniors are able to get rides to medical and other appointments, COA activities, 
and shopping. Volunteers give rides in their own cars through LINC, a program run by the 
Friends of the Council on Aging. The Council on Aging also provides taxi and van rides 
funded by the Friends of the Council on Aging, the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, and 
the Hurff Memorial Fund. Durable medical equipment is loaned to those in need. In 2005 
the COA held 1 1 blood pressure clinics and 20 podiatry clinics, organized by Dot Taylor. 
In conjunction with the Board of Health, a flu clinic was held at Bemis Hall in November. 

Dot and John Manzelli retired as volunteer line dance teachers after 18 years. A 
party was held in their honor. The trip organizers, Flo Caras, Judy Gross, Jack 
McCandless, and Bob Sutherland planned another year of fun and interesting trips. Once 
again, volunteer Barbara Davis and her family opened their home and served dinner on 
Thanksgiving and Christmas to all seniors who would otherwise be alone. Lincoln 
Sudbury Regional High School hosted a Thanksgiving Dinner for seniors. 

The annual Top of the Town Party, sponsored by the Friends of the Council on 
Aging, held this year at the Doubletree Guest Suites in Waltham, was an elegant evening 
enjoyed by 160 seniors. The Friends also sponsored a Proper Bostonian Tea at the 
Pierce House in April, the Volunteer Luncheon in May and the Strawberry Ice Cream 
Social in June. 

We are very grateful to The Lincoln Garden Club for decorating Bemis Hall with 
beautiful holiday garlands and to Valerie Lee for beautifying the COA offices all year long 
with plants and care. 

The Lincoln Artists Gallery, funded by the Friends of the Council on Aging, had 
six art shows including Florence Como, Kathy Madison, Joan Wolcott, Lynn Avery Gargill, 
and Ruth Williams. Lincoln seniors enjoyed three wonderful concerts during the year 
given by Wanda Paik, Evelyn Harris, and the New New Orleans Jazz Band. 

The Property Tax Work-Off program is having a very successful third year. 
Participants, paid at the rate of minimum wage, are able to work off up to $750 of their real 
estate taxes per year. Participants are placed in town or school departments. Two 
participants are working at the COA. 

Outdoor Adventures is a new program started this year by Peg Boyer. With her 
organization and the help of leaders Mike Tannert, Joanna Hopkins, and Mike Farny two 
hikes, two bike rides and a canoe/kayak trip were enjoyed by participants. Exercise, Tai 
Chi, Water Exercise, memoir writing seminars and advanced bridge lessons continue to 
be popular. 

Emerson Home Care gave a series of talks on health issues. Other speakers 
included Emily Caras on her Australian trip with NOLS, Mark Hopkins on his trip to the 
Republic of South Africa with Earthwatch, Avram and Esther Kalisky on their trip to Israel 
and Scandinavia, Sally Chandler on drawing, Natalie McNerney on the book Mountains 
Beyond Mountains, Judy Emmons and Mary Littlefield on publishing Judy's memoirs. 
Talks also included Elderhostel, Medicare D, Long Term Care Insurance, and the Town 
Budget. A full day seminar on senior living options and downsizing was held. Computer 
lectures were given by Paul Terrano, Jack Pugh, Chuck Miller, and Kay Dunn Lyman. 



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Many seniors also received individual tutoring from our computer tutors who include: Paul 
Terrano, Jack Pugh, Bob Curtiss, Avram Kalisky, and Kay Dunn Lyman. 

Over 150 volunteers contribute to the success of our programs. The COA Board, 
Friends of the Council on Aging Board, LINC drivers, Meals on Wheels Drivers, hosts and 
hostesses of programs and clinics, computer tutors, teachers of classes, leaders of groups 
and trips, and newsletter producers all contribute. A special thanks goes to the Friends of 
the Council on Aging for funding so many of our programs and activities. 



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DOG OFFICER 

The Lincoln Board of Selectmen maintains a contract with Mr. Leslie Boardman 
to provide 24 hours/day 365 days/year Dog officer and Animal Inspector services to the 
Town. The Dog Officer/ Animal Inspector, or his agent, can be reached by calling the 
business telephone at the Police Station (781) 259-8113. The dispatchers record all calls 
for the Dog Officer/Animal Inspector who retrieves the messages each evening. Non- 
emergency callers can expect a return call within the next day. If the call is an 
emergency, the Dog Officer/ Animal Inspector will be paged for an immediate response. 

For over ten years, Mr. Boardman has provided this service to the Town. The 
Selectmen would like to thank Mr. Boardman, as well as the dispatchers and the Chief of 
Police for their ongoing cooperation to keep this program running smoothly; 

Activity report for the YEAR 2005: 



MONTH 


Total 


Total 


License/ 


Total 


Dogs sent 




# calls 


dogs 


No license 


# bite 


to Humane 






picked up 




calls 


or adopted 


JANUARY 


17 






1 




FEBRUARY 


24 






1 




MARCH 


30 






1 




APRIL 


12 










MAY 


18 






1 




JUNE 


21 










JULY 


12 










AUGUST 


25 


2 


2 






SEPTEMBER 


27 


1 


1 






OCTOBER 


21 










NOVEMBER 


10 


2 


2 


2 




DECEMBER 


23 


1 


1 






TOTAL 2005 


240 


6 


6 


6 






TOTAL # BARN INSPECTIONS FOR 2005 = 53 

A reminder: Dog owners must license their dogs by January 1 st of each year. 
Owners not licensing their dogs by April 1 st will have a $5.00 fine added to the regular 
licensing fee. Licensing fees are as follows: 

Male/Female $10.00 
Spayed/neutered $10.00 

Kennel License $25.00 (up to 4 dogs) 

Kennel License $50.00 (up to 10 dogs) 

Please remember that licenses make all the difference when trying to return a 
lost dog to its owner. 



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DISABILITIES COMMISSION 

Abigail Congdon, Secretary 

Kathy Deickler 

Debbie Dorsey, Vice Chairperson 

Jill Harkaway 

Rob Loud, Chairperson 

Gabriella Muscolo 

Adeline Naiman 

Anita Scheipers 

Kitty Stein 

The Commission has met monthly except July and August over the past year, but 
will change to a bi-monthly schedule in the coming one. Our members, too, have changed 
over the past year and we will miss the contagious cheeriness of Sally Bobbitt and 
visionary idealism of John Bingham in the year to come. Nevertheless, the Commission's 
goals remain those which John so thoughtfully expressed in last year's report: "to enable 
all differently abled people in our midst by 1) raising the consciousness of the Town to the 
physical, educational, residential, employment and other needs of differently abled 
residents; 2) encouraging Town entities to provide greater access for all its residents for 
fuller participation in our community's vibrant life and activities; and 3) monitoring the 
Town's public, commercial, and non-profit projects and programs as regards individual 
and collective needs of our residents with disabilities and compliance with the life- 
enhancing 'accessibility' desires, standards and laws of our Town, state and nation." 

At April's Town Meeting the Commission proudly presented its annual recognition 
award to Peter Sugar, former member of the Finance Committee and the Board of 
Selectmen, recognizing his sensitivity to the needs of the disabled, particularly in his role 
as Chair of the Bemis Hall Restoration and Repair Committee which oversaw the 
installation last year of an elevator in that Hall which allows for the inclusion there of all 
town citizens at cultural and civic events central to the life of the Town. 

With the completion of the Bemis Hall elevator project, the Commission turned its 
attention this year to general issues regarding access by the disabled to present and 
planned public spaces in Lincoln. It looks forward to assisting in the coming year's town- 
wide facilities inventory of town buildings, and in the continued planning with the 
Conservation Commission for wheelchair-accessibility on one or two of Lincoln's highly 
acclaimed trails. 

Through the generous efforts of Dr. Muscolo the Commission is made ever more 
aware of those learning disabilities that impede the progress of children in our schools, 
and we are grateful to her for her continued volunteer work of such high caliber and 
compassion with the Schools' Parents' Advisory Committee (PAC). 

The Commission is further indebted to Karen Santucci of the Council on Aging 
for her continued advice and assistance in matters relating to the disabled among the 
population she and her staff serve. 



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PLANNING AND PUBLIC WORKS 

PLANNING BOARD 

Robert Domnitz 
Ephraim Flint 
David Ries 
John Snell 
Ken Hurd (Chairman) 

The Planning Board began 2005 preparing for the April Town Meeting. The 
Board had a dozen articles proposed for zoning changes that required numerous public 
hearings. Most of these articles were technical changes or corrections that improved the 
efficiency of the zoning bylaw. These included a rewriting of the definitive section and 
adding references throughout the bylaw to the new or modified definitions. In addition, the 
Planning Board sponsored an Inclusionary Zoning Bylaw that requires affordable units be 
included for any project that develops six or more dwelling units. All the articles passed at 
Town Meeting. The Planning Board's subcommittee on Wireless Communication 
Facilities made their report at Town Meeting as well. 

During the year the Planning Board was involved in numerous land use projects. 
The Board formed a subcommittee that researched Neighborhood Conservation Districts. 
Neighborhood Conservations Districts are adopted at Town Meeting at the request of a 
neighborhood to conserve a certain type or style of structure within the district. With David 
Ries as liaison, the subcommittee, under the auspices of the Planning Board and the 
Historic District Commission, will seek approval of a new enabling bylaw within the general 
bylaws at the 2006 Town Meeting. Ephraim Flint and Ken Hurd have also been active 
with the At-Risk Properties committee that looked at potential development scenarios on 
six properties in town and evaluated the impacts on the town of the various developments. 
John Snell has been active representing the Town during the Route 2 Crosby's Corner 
process and the Natural Resources Committee. Bob Domnitz has represented the Board 
on the Accessory Apartment Task Force. Eph and Bob represented the Board on the 
HATS committee. The Board also took a strong interest in the BRAC process while the 
threat to close Hanscom was still imminent. The Board's work this Fall has included 
preparation of a proposal to amend the sign bylaw, development of rules and regulations 
for the implementation of the Inclusionary Zoning Bylaw, and consideration of the results 
of the State of the Town Meeting, including discussion of developing a Master Plan. 

The Board has also been busy with its permitting responsibilities this year. 
During the year the Board reviewed applications for one subdivision, five special permits 
(three cluster subdivisions, one sign permit, and one wireless permit), 17 site plan reviews 
(10 for new residences, seven for additions or accessory structures), five accessory 
apartment recommendations to the ZBA, and one fence permit. 

Our Town Planner, Mark Whitehead, has been involved in most of the projects 
listed above, with particular emphasis on the work of the At-Risk Properties Committee. In 
addition Mark has been working with the Housing Commission to develop affordable 
housing on Sunnyside Lane. Mark has been representing the Town at the regional 
meetings of the MAPC and has also been involved with committees looking into creating a 
Battle Road Scenic Byway and Freedom's Way Heritage Landscape Project. Mark also 
represents Lincoln at the HOME Consortium meetings that promote and provide funding 
for affordable housing projects. 



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The Planning Department has also had some personnel changes this year. 
Debra Parkhurst has moved to the Selectmen's Office. We wish Debra the best in her 
new position and welcome Catherine Perry as our new administrative assistant. 



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Board of Appeals 

Buckner M. Creel, IV 
Joseph Greeson 
Anna Hardman 
John R.H. Kimball 
Pamela S.Green, Chair 

Giles Browne, Associate Member 
Dwight Quayle, Associate Member 
Joseph Robbat, Associate Member 

the Board of Appeals thanks Buck Creel for his long service on the Board, including a 
number of years as Chair. The Board thanks Joseph Robbat for his service as Associate 
Member and welcomes new Associate Members Joel Freedman and Jefferson Macklin. 

There were 35 applications filed, 35 hearings scheduled, and 23 renewals 
published during 2005 as follows: 

January 6 - AMIR HOVEYDA & SUZANNE GREY, 152 TRAPELO ROAD, special permit 
for an accessory apartment in an accessory structure. GRANTED 
-JOHN KOENIG & SUSAN WINSHIP, 132 BEDFORD ROAD, special permit 
for addition to a non-conforming structure on a non-conforming lot. 
WITHDRAWN 

-BETH MCNAY, 23 SANDY POND ROAD, special permit for additions to a 
non-conforming structure on a non-conforming lot. GRANTED 
January 27 - AMY GOODWIN & RICK WISE, special permit to replace an existing non- 
conforming structure on a non-conforming lot at 34 OLD SUDBURY 
ROAD GRANTED 
February 17 - JOSEPH & LINA FONTE, special permit for addition to a non-conforming 
structure on a non-conforming lot at 25 BYPASS ROAD 
WITHDRAWN 
March 17 - ANDREW & KIRSTEN SHILLING, 93 OLD SUDBURY ROAD, special permit 
for addition to a non-conforming structure GRANTED 

-MAUREEN DEVLIN & ROBERT MCCABE, 96 CONCORD ROAD, special 
permit/variance to re-construct garage on a non-conforming lot. GRANTED 
--CHRISTOPHER REICH & PARISA ZAMIRI, 72 CODMAN ROAD, special 
permit for addition to a non-conforming structure on a non-conforming lot 
GRANTED 

-JOHN G. ROBINSON & RAGNHILD FREDRIKSEN, 76 TRAPELO ROAD, 
special permit for apartment in an accessory structure GRANTED 
April 28 - FRED TOROSSIAN, 5 MORNINGSIDE LANE, special permit for addition to 
non-conforming structure on a non-conforming lot lot GRANTED 
- STEVEN & KATE DEPIETRO, 25 OLD WINTER STREET, special permit for 
addition to a non-conforming structure on a non-conforming lot.. GRANTED 

- MICHAEL BALTAY, 14 SILVER BIRCH LAND, special permit for addition to 
a non-conforming structure on a non-confoming lot. GRANTED 

- DAVID THOMPSON, 3 UNDERWOOD CIRCLE, special permit for addition 
to non-confoming structure on a non-conforming lot. GRANTED 

May 19 - JENNIFER LEANING, 113 TOWER ROAD, special permit for addition to a 
on-conforming structure on a non-conforming lot. GRANTED 



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-TOWN OF LINCOLN HOUSING COMMISSION, special permit to reconstruct 
residence with an accessory apartment on a non-conforming lot at 26 
Sunnyside Lane GRANTED 

- STEVE DAIGLE, 125 CAMBRIDGE TPKE., special permit for addition to a 
non-conforming structure on a non-conforming lot. GRANTED 

June 30 -JOHN DEFILIPPO, 94 LINCOLN ROAD, special permit addition to non- 
conforming structure on a non-conforming lot. GRANTED 

- SUSAN & MICHAEL SALM, 11 LONG MEADOW ROAD, special permit for 
addition to non-conforming structure on non-conforming lot. 

WITHDRAWN 

- CHRISTOPHER FASCIANO, 8 LINWAY ROAD, special permit for addition to 
a non-conforming structure on a non-conforming lot. 
WITHDRAWN 

- BUOY MISHRA, 180 BEDFORD ROAD, special permit for addition to a non- 
conforming structure on a non-conforming lot. GRANTED 

- ROBERT & SUZANNE ART, 155 SOUTH GREAT ROAD, special permit for 
addition to non-conforming structure on non-conforming lot. GRANTED 

- MAUREEN DEVLIN & ROBERT MCCABE, 96 CONCORD ROAD, special 
permit for addition to non-conforming structure on non-conforming lot. 
GRANTED 

August 11 JAMES P. DIGIOVANNI, special permit for single family dwelling on a non- 
conforming lot at 300 South Great Road GRANTED 

-BYPASS ROAD REALTY TRUST, 15 BYPASS ROAD, special permit for 
accessory apartment. GRANTED 

October 6 - JAY & PATTI GREGORY, 46 BYPASS ROAD, special permit for additions to 
non-confoming structure on a non-conforming \otGRANTED 
-JOHN OTTENBERG & GWENDOLYN ATWOOD, special permit to 
reconstruct dwelling at 186 Weston Road ROAD. GRANTED 

- JULIE MINER & JOHN CALDWELL, 67 BAKER BRIDGE ROAD, special 
permit for addition to non-conforming structure on non-conforming lot. 
GRANTED 

-ALICE FINN, appeal decision of Building Inspector regarding 176 TOWER 
ROAD. DISMISSED 
November 10 - PETER VONMERTENS, 16 TOWER ROAD, special permit for accessory 
apartment. GRANTED 

-GERMANO DIMAMBRO, 16 OLD CAMBRIDGE TPKE., special permit to 
reconstruct residence on non-conforming lot. CONTINUED 

- STEPHEN & SARA BROWN, 24 TOWER ROAD, special permit for 
additions to non-conforming structure on non-conforming lot. GRANTED 

December 1 JONATHAN KELMAN & PAMELA BOARDMAN, 7 BOWLES TERRACE, 
special permit for shed on non-conforming lot. GRANTED 

- PETER & SUSAN PEASE, 40 HUCKLEBERRY HILL, special permit for 
additions to non-conforming structure on non-conforming lot CONTINUED 

- DONALD MCCARTHY, 34 BROOKS ROAD, special permit accessory 
apartment in accessory structure. WITHDRAWN 

- DON & GAIL ALDEN, 240 CONCORD ROAD, special permit for shed on 
non-conforming lot. GRANTED 

RENEWALS: 

Fred Hopengarten, 6 Willarch Road - radio tower 



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Sandra Bradlee, 259 Old Concord Road - apartment 

John & Irene Briedis, 27 Canaan Drive - apartment 

Susan Brooks & Eric Harris, 138 Bedford Road - apartment 

Giles Dilg, 9 Lewis Street - office 

Warren Flint, Jr. 39 Lexington Road - office 

Sophie Freud, 34 Laurel Drive - apartment 

Mark Golden, 15 Old Sudbury Road - apartment 

Lawrence & Sarah Cannon Holden, 60 Weston Road - apartment 

John Legates, 12 Canaan Drive - apartment 

Luciano Mascari, 29 Deerhaven Road - apartment 

Andrew Pickett, 12 Long Meadow Road - apartment 

Kathy Moritz, 135 Lexington Road - apartment 

John Klobuchar, 27 Conant Road - radio tower 

Neil Feinberg, 104 Concord Road - apartment 

Katherine C. Ives, 70 Bedford Road - apartment 

Ronald J. MacDougald, 22 Lincoln Road - apartment 

Massachusetts Audubon Society, Farrar Pond property - seasonal use 

Natalie S. Miller, 107 Old County Road - apartment 

Randall Thompson, Jr. 34 Bedford Road - apartment 

Richard & Agnes Wiggin, 59 Winter Street - apartment 

David Davidson, 16 Granville Road - apartment 

Gerald & Susan Taylor, 84 Davison Drive - apartment 



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CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

Toby Feibelman, 

Jim Henderson 

David Katsuki 

Jim Meadors - co-Chair 

Peter von Mertens - co-Chair 

In 2005 the Conservation Commissioners and the Conservation Department staff 
worked diligently to protect our natural resources and to properly manage our municipal 
open space. In the process of doing this work we appreciate the high level of partnership 
and cooperation with other town boards and departments. This level of collaboration 
continues to grow each year and we look forward to continued success in 2006. 

During the past year there were several personnel changes on the Commission 
and on the staff. Mary Lincoln, who was chair for four years, stepped down from the 
Commission. Her dedication and her strong conservation ethic served as the rudder for 
the Commission and we wish her the best in her future endeavors. The role of chair is now 
shared between Jim Meadors and Peter von Mertens. Sara Silverstein needed to leave 
the Commission for health reasons. We were extremely saddened to learn that she 
passed away in early January 2006. Sara worked diligently and was generous with her 
time in serving the Town of Lincoln. She was a strong advocate for the use of native 
plants and the elimination of toxic chemicals in landscaping. Sara will be greatly missed 
and our thoughts go out to her family. No new Commissioners were appointed in 2005. 
Hopefully we will fill out the Commission to seven members in 2006. If you are interested 
please attend our meetings, typically held on the first and third Wednesdays each month. 

There were also several changes for the Conservation Department staff. Sean 
Hale, our Conservation Agent/Land Manager, left to pursue other opportunities. Angela 
Kearney changed positions from Conservation Assistant to Conservation Agent/Planner. 
This switch brings her up from a 20 to a 30-hour/week position with more responsibility. 
Jane Layton continues as part-time Ranger/Naturalist but the position has been upgraded 
from seasonal to year-round with the accompanying benefits. We hired Anna Wilkins as a 
seasonal ranger and she subsequently moved into the newly created full-time position of 
Land Steward. Tom Gumbart remains in the position of Conservation Director. We fully 
expect that this new staff configuration will allow for us to be effective in carrying out our 
mission. In a voluntary role Ellen Meadors provided excellent support for our conservation 
land database and GIS efforts. 

Our Department has been greatly assisted by residents enrolled in the Senior 
Property Tax Work-Off Program. Sue Michener continues to be a big help in the office with 
her work on sorting and organizing files, plans, maps, and more. Walter Brain also gave 
us some very helpful hours and Diana Abrashkin continued to assist us with her outdoor 
work educating the public users of the Mount Misery trails. 

LAND MANAGEMENT 

Stewardship of Lincoln's protected open space remains an ongoing challenge. 
The Conservation Commission manages approximately 1 ,630 acres of open space within 
the Town. This includes forests, fields, wetlands, and the extensive trail system throughout 
these lands. The natural resource value and the monetary value of this land are immense. 



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We strive to balance the values associated with conservation land which include 
biodiversity, watershed protection, agriculture, passive recreation, and aesthetics. The 
Conservation Department provides consistent ecologically sound management of 
Lincoln's open space. Much of the regular work includes field mowing, trail clearing, and 
stonewall maintenance. 

Our Conservation Ranger, Jane Layton, and our Land Steward, Anna Wilkins, 
provide a much needed presence on Lincoln conservation lands. In addition to enforcing 
conservation land use regulations, they maintain our extensive trail network and regularly 
patrol the more popular areas, including Flint's Pond watershed and Mount Misery. As the 
number of individuals using Lincoln land and trails for recreational outings continues to 
rise there remains a need for an increased ranger presence. 

This past year we went through a series of difficult public meetings regarding 
setting policy for dog walking at Mount Misery. Changes have been made that now require 
dog owners to clean up after their pets and many trails are marked as leash-only trails. 
This entire process, from meetings through implementation, consumed a significant 
amount of staff and Commission resources. However, we believe this was necessary and 
feedback from residents has been largely positive. We will continue to monitor the 
property and enforce the regulations and hopefully an environment will exist there that 
accommodates the needs of all trail users. 

Another Mount Misery issue is the presence of an active beaver population. Their 
activity has dramatically altered much of the landscape on this parcel of conservation land. 
In a proactive measure to control flooding and to allow the continued presence of the 
beavers, leveling pipes were installed at three dam locations and preventative fencing was 
placed at the lower pond's outlet. These structures function to keep water levels from 
getting too high but maintain enough water to allow the beavers to survive. Additional work 
will be necessary in the spring of 2006 to address dam construction that happened in late 
fall 2005. Ongoing monitoring of the situation is needed and strategies may change in the 
future. 

This was the fifth year of the water chestnut control project in Fairhaven Bay 
done in cooperation with the Town of Concord and Great Meadows National Wildlife 
Refuge. Work was done in late July and early August, later than usual, in an attempt to 
break the cycle of seed production of this invasive annual plant. Low water levels made it 
difficult to harvest in the shallow waters along the shorelines and harvester malfunctions 
limited the time spent harvesting. Plans are already in the works for the 2006 push to keep 
the Bay open and healthy. 

The native plant project at the Codman North conservation land (at the northeast 
corner of Codman Road and Concord Road) continues to take shape. Conservation staff, 
with the help of High School students from the Corwin Russel School in Sudbury, removed 
and burned significant amounts of invasive shrubs. Planting of natives has also begun but 
there is still a lot of work to be done. Ultimately we hope this area will serve as a 
demonstration project for residents on how to eradicate invasives and restore with native 
plants on their own land. 

We have requested a capital expenditure in 2006 to purchase a new tractor. The 
new tractor will come equipped with a front-end loader, a small backhoe, and a rotary 
mower. Uses for the loader are many and include: grading and repairing parking areas 
and fire roads, loading and transporting raw materials like gravel, crushed stone, and 



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riprap, moving rocks and fallen logs out of mowed fields, picking up brush etc. The 
backhoe can be used in rebuilding stonewalls, creating and maintaining water bars, 
maintaining drainage ditches, removing stumps and brush etc. Since this tractor will be a 
little smaller it will be possible to get it out on the land wherever we need it. This will 
expand our ability in the field and increase efficiency. 

The Highway Department, under the guidance of new Superintendent Chris 
Bibbo, provided valuable support to the Conservation Department during the past year. 
One example is the repair of the gravel parking lots at Mount Misery. We will continue to 
coordinate our efforts with the Highway Department in the coming year. 



The Conservation staff worked with the Cemetery Commission on designing, 
permitting, and doing clearing work for their expansion area at the Lexington Road 
Cemetery. Angela Kearney deserves the bulk of the credit for this as she really took on all 
aspects of this project, from surveying to landscape design to field work. This should end 
up being a very nice area that blends well with the natural terrain and trees that are found 
there. 

In 2005 the Commission started to explore opportunities for enhancing 
handicapped accessibility to trails in Lincoln. The Disabilities Commission's requested that 
we work on developing better access to conservation land. One site that looks promising 
for this is the Harrington Conservation Land, accessed from the parking area on Route 
117. This land is now owned by Cambridge and they will be building a small parking site 
with parking conforming to ADA standards. The trail that leads to the pond is already wide 
and relatively flat. Partnering with Cambridge on a project here seems to be a viable 
option and one that we will pursue. 

WETLANDS 

We are responsible for administering both the state Wetlands Protection Act and 
the local Wetlands Protection Bylaw. During permitting we conduct site visits, assist 
residents with the process, review permit applications, and conduct meetings and 
hearings with applicants to ensure that proposed projects do not adversely affect 
wetlands. In most cases, the Commission requires that specific conditions be followed by 
an applicant for construction within 100 feet of wetlands or within 200 feet of any perennial 
stream. Through regular site inspections the Commission ensures that these conditions 
are met during construction. In 2005 there were 9 Requests for Determination of 
Applicability, 10 Notices of Intent, and one Abbreviated Notice of Resource Area 
Delineation, a decrease in filing activity from 2004. 

In 2005 Commission spent considerable time and energy reviewing the Hanscom 
Family Housing Project at Hanscom Air Force Base. This is a very large redevelopment 
project that involves demolition and replacement of virtually all the existing housing units 
on the Base because the units do not meet current military standards. This work is being 
done through American Eagle Communities who won the privatization contract. More 
permitting work will take place in 2006. 

The Appeals Court ruled in favor of the Conservation Commission in a long- 
running wetland lawsuit with Hobbs Brook Farm Property Company L.P. Now the Hobbs 
Brook Farm Company is seeking to have the Supreme Court hear the case and our legal 



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counsel has filed a brief objecting to that course of action. Hopefully we will see the end 
to this issue in 2006. 

Our Wetlands Protection Bylaw Regulations were revised to make it clear that 
feasible alternatives for a subdivision of land can include reworking lot lines or reducing 
the number of lots in a subdivision. This is in response to developers coming to the 
Commission with lots that required extensive work in the buffer zone. Essentially they 
were creating their own hardship. "In the case of new subdivisions, reasonable 
alternatives can include reconfiguring or reducing the number of lots so that no permanent 
structures will be built in any upland buffer zone or wetland resource area on any lot." 
Implementation of this regulation will be important for the ConCom and the Town for 
protecting wetlands in the future. 

Many wetlands violations happen when a property changes hands. To be more 
proactive on this issue Angela Kearney designed and sends an education packet of 
information to new home buyers that have wetlands on or near their property. This both 
welcomes them to Town and serves as a reminder that Lincoln has strict wetland 
regulations. 

The Natural Resources Committee made good progress this year with evaluating 
Lincoln's water consumption and considering a wide array of options for promoting water 
conservation. Jim Meadors and Tom Gumbart served on this committee. Work also 
continues on the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit for the 
Town's stormwater management. 

AGRICULTURE 

The ConCom recognizes the strong role of active agricultural enterprises in our 
community. Much of what defines Lincoln, from our history to our cherished views, stems 
from our farming heritage. Our support for this is primarily through the leasing of nearly 
200 acres of Town-owned farmland. We help out where we can with all of the farmers who 
are on Town land and we work to ensure that the agricultural interests on our land 
continue to be viable. 

The farms that lease conservation land include: Arena Farms, Blue Heron 
Organic Farm, Codman Community Farms, Flint's Farm, The Food Project, Lindentree 
Farm, Turtle Creek Winery, and Verrill Farm. We are proud of the diversity of interests 
these farmers and farm groups represent. 

The two major initiatives at Mount Misery, new dog regulations and beaver flood 
control, were largely driven by the need to protect the our farmers. Codman Community 
Farms' hayfields and Lindentree's crop fields are both located at Mount Misery. 

The Browning Riding Ring restoration project was completed in 2005 with the 
hard work of several Lincoln members of the Old North Bridge Pony Club. This group aims 
to introduce a new generation of equestrians to the joys of horseback riding. 

OPEN SPACE 

Protecting open land continues to be an important part of the Conservation 
Commission's mission. We are pleased to be able to partner with the Lincoln Land 



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Conservation Trust, the Rural Land Foundation, and the Community Preservation 
Committee on continuing this important work. Lincoln is very fortunate to have a large 
number of dedicated volunteers in these organizations who expend a tremendous amount 
of time and energy on protecting the character of our Town. 

The Lincoln's Quiet Places Project for the Harrington and Row properties off 
Tower Road was completed in 2005. This collaborative effort permanently protected 
nearly 70 acres of various habitat types in the Stony Brook watershed including forest, 
field, river, pond, and wetland. This riparian corridor with its beautiful hiking paths has long 
been valued land of conservation interest as noted in Lincoln's Open Space Plan. 

The Conservation Commission appreciates the generosity of the Harrington and 
Row Families and of many Lincoln residents in their commitment to ensure permanent 
protection of this land. In addition, the Commission thanks the Rural Land Foundation and 
the Lincoln Land Conservation Trust for their extensive work on the Quiet Places project. 
The City of Cambridge, through its Water Department, was also an important participant in 
this effort. Funding through the Community Preservation Committee provided $400,000 of 
municipal support for this project ($350,000 directly and $50,000 from the Commission's 
Conservation Fund). The Conservation Commission now holds three conservation 
restrictions on approximately 23 acres of LLCT owned land as a result of this project. 

The real estate closing for acquisition of the Lincoln portion of the Wayland Nike 
Missile Site took place in 2005. It is only 0.28 acres but it provides a buffer between the 
Bay Circuit hiking trail on Lincoln Ridge Conservation Trust land and any future site 
development on the Wayland side. 

One LLCT intern, Sarah Haggerty, continued to work on an effort begun two 
years ago to establish baseline data for all conservation land and restrictions in Town. She 
worked out of the Conservation Office and collaborated well with the Conservation Staff. 
We are very thankful to the LLCT and RLF for funding and overseeing this important work. 

The ConCom will be working to update our Open Space Plan and Angela 
Kearney has started laying the groundwork to facilitate this process. The increased 
capability of the Town with GIS mapping will be a big help with this. 

EDUCATION & OUTREACH 

The Conservation Commissioners and staff members provide both formal and 
informal conservation-related education within the community. We encourage everyone to 
use us as an educational resource. The Conservation Office is a repository for all kinds of 
literature and we are always willing to help. If you ever want to schedule a visit on your 
own property to discuss wetlands, wildlife, plants, land management, or other 
conservation issues please contact us. 

For the ninth consecutive year we went out to help the spotted salamanders, 
wood frogs, and spring peepers cross the roads. We had crews of people of all ages on 
Lexington Road, Silver Hill Road, and Conant Road assisting these amphibians in their 
quest to reach their ancestral vernal pools. This is a great late winter/early spring activity 
that raises awareness of how we share our land with wildlife. Please join us in 2006 for 
this welcoming sign of spring. 



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The third annual "Green Fair" was held at the end of March and was again very 
successful. This event offered residents a chance to see how they can be more eco- 
friendly in their everyday lives. Representatives and information were available on a 
variety of topics. Jane Layton and Sarah Andrysiak did the majority of the work of 
organizing this Fair. After holding the Fair for three consecutive years it was decided to not 
have it again in 2006 because it would be the same vendors reaching the same audience. 

In the third annual RiverFest celebration the Conservation Commission held a 
fun canoe and kayak paddle exploration of Fairhaven Bay. RiverFest takes place on an 
early June weekend each year and its goal is to increase public awareness and raise 
support for the environment throughout the entire SuAsCo watershed. 

Our staff worked with LLCT in providing hands-on invasive plant species removal 
programs for all the fifth grade science classes at the Lincoln School. The area targeted 
was behind the Brook's School and the students worked hard and did a great job. Anna 
Wilkins shared her expertise in leading a pack of cub scouts on a trail clearing outing. 

Our organized educational offerings included a variety of public natural history 
outings cosponsored with LLCT. Our weekly series of Wednesday morning hikes 
continued in the spring and fall. The monthly series of Conservation Coffees continues to 
be successful. These are informal gatherings of individuals interested in conservation and 
land-related issues in Lincoln. If you want to get on the e-mail list to be notified about 
these and other events please contact Tom Gumbart at the Conservation office 781-259- 
2612. 



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LINCOLN LAND CONSERVATION TRUST 

Kenneth E. Bassett 

William G. Constable, President 

James DeNormandie 

James C. Fleming 

Dwight L. Gertz, Secretary 

Robert V. Jahrling 

John V. Kania 

Susan M. Klem 

John LeGates 

Gwyneth Loud 

Ellen B. Meadors 

Richard K. Nichols, Treasurer 

Paul Svetz 

Katherine D. Walker, Chair 



Founded in 1957, The Lincoln Land Conservation Trust is one of the oldest and most 
successful local land trusts in the country. With the help of our sister conservation 
organizations, the Rural Land Foundation (RLF) and the Conservation Commission, 
and the generosity of generations of Lincoln residents, the LLCT now protects over 915 
acres of land and maintains over 75 miles of trails. 

How do we take care of the land with which we have been entrusted? The answer lies 
in the LLCT's three major programs: 

o Acquisitions 

o Stewardship 

o Education 
Here are some highlights from the last year: 

Acquisitions 

The 69-acre Harrington and the 17.5-acre Row properies on Tower Road include 
wetlands, upland forest, and open fields which link other important conservation 
properties such as Fernald Woods, Umbrello, Hunsaker, Twin Pond and Beaver Pond. 

The RLF spearheaded a creative strategy to preserve over 68 acres of these two 
properties. New development will be limited to six houses (many fewer than zoning 
would have allowed). Fifteen acres of land were sold to the City of Cambridge for 
watershed protection and 22 acres have been placed in permanent conservation with 
the LLCT. Conservation restrictions, held by either the LLCT or the town Conservation 
Commission, will protect an additional 31 acres of privately-owned land and provide 
additional protection to the deeded conservation land. 

In addition, the existing trails on the Harrington property have been protected and some 
new trail connections will now be possible. 



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Stewardship 

While the RLF plays the lead role in acquistions, the LLCT has the responsibility for 
stewardship of the lands that have been acquired or for which we hold conservation 
restrictions. Our stewardship program involves day-to-day care of our trail systems and 
land as well as development of key tools for their management long into the future: 

New trail on Lincoln Hill! — The recent acquisition of 9 acres of woodland above 
Flint's Field has allowed construction of a lovely new trail that winds through the 
woods above the stone wall bordering the field. 

New trail from Tower Road to the Umbrello Fields! — A beautiful trail has been cut 
bordering the wetlands in Fernald Woods along the edge of the open field on the 
Row property. 

Successful baseline and monitoring program — Critical elements of a formal 
stewardship program include the compilation of baseline documentation for every 
property we own or on which we hold a conservation restriction, and yearly 
monitoring of each of these properties. This summer, with the help of paid interns, 
we completed baselines for our new acquisitions and monitored all of our 
previously-baselined properties! Copies of the baselines and monitoring reports 
are available for review in the Conservation Commission Office. 

Education 

Caring for the land that so many have worked for decades to protect will require the 
understanding and commitment of generations to come. Without it, stewardship faces 
an uphill effort. Our education committee therefore plays a key role by providing the 
programs that help residents, visitors, and the next generation to appreciate the unique 
resources we have in Lincoln. 

New Guide to Conservation Land in Lincoln! — This book , first published in 1992 
and now out of print, has been newly revised thanks to the work of many 
volunteers. Each section of the guide has been updated and new sections have 
been added to describe new trails and newly protected properties. We kicked off 
the sale at a standing room only event at the Lincoln Library on November 19 th and 
in the run up to Christmas sold almost 500 copies! Look for your copies at the 
Mass Audubon Shop, Something Special, the Old Town Hall Exchange and the 
Town Offices. 

"Walks and Talks" — We co-sponsored 7 natural history walks last year on topics 
ranging from bird communication, to mosses, and the annual favorite on edible and 
non-edible mushrooms. 

Children's Education — This was the second year of our program on invasive 
species that has been incorporated into the 5th grade science curriculum in the 
Lincoln Schools. 

Neighborhood Meetings — We conducted the fifth of our neighborhood meetings in 
the Conant Road area. These meetings educate Lincoln residents about their local 
trails and conservation land, give them an opportunity to suggest additional 
projects (e.g. trail connections, clearing, etc.), and offer the chance to raise 
concern about neighborhood land management issues. 



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$ 


75,424 


$ 


- 


$ 


10,000 


$ 


670 


$ 


1,233 


$ 


7,802 


$ 


- 


$ 


14,940 


$ 


- 



Preliminary Selected Financial Information 
as of January 10, 2006 

2005 Receipts 

Direct Public Support (Contributions) 

Land Acquisition Donations 

Grants 

Programs - Greenfair 

Sale of Trail Maps 

Sale of Books 

Agricultural Leases 

Investment Returns 

Miscellaneous 

Total Receipts $ 110,069 

2005 Expenses 

Trail Crew Wages and Expenses 

Field Research Wages and Expenses 

Land Acquisition Expense 

Insurance 

Equipment and Maintenance 

Mowing and Maintenance 

Legal and Filing Fees 

Accounting and Bookkeeping 

Maps 

Grants 

Publishing - Books 

Printing and Postage 

Property Taxes 

Materials and Miscellaneous 

Net Unrealized Losses (Gains) on Investments 

Total Expenses $ 111 ,558 

Balance 12/31/05 

Lincoln Conservation Trust 

Endowment Funds 

Jean W. Preston Memorial 

Cambridge Savings Bank 

Total Balance $ 578,426 



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$ 


11,328 


$ 


15,947 


$ 


70,000 


$ 


1,823 


$ 


1,376 


$ 


200 


$ 


- 


$ 


2,480 


$ 


479 


$ 


2,427 


$ 


6,724 


$ 


1,681 


$ 


275 


$ 


1,559 


$ 


(4.741) 



$ 


214,770 


$ 


308,500 


$ 


24,361 


$ 


30.795 



Lincoln Housing Commission 

Rayna Caplan 
Vicky Diadiuk 
George Georges 
Betty-Jane Scheff 
Bryce Wolf 

During the past year the Commission's efforts to increase the stock of affordable 
housing in Lincoln has felt like a ride on a roller coaster. There has been intensive work 
on a number of issues with little closure as the year's ends. 

The plans for the Sunnyside Lane property were reviewed at a town-wide 
meeting in May and approved by the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals by 
summer. The architects, Blackstone Block, developed the RFP by late summer and bids 
were expected in late September. When no bids were received an extension to 
November 7 th was posted. Only one viable bid was received and it was for almost twice 
what the architects had estimated. We are now in the process of reissuing the RFP with 
some minor changes. It appears that there is little interest at this time in such a small 
project. This may be due to building opportunities in Louisiana and Mississippi as a result 
of Katrina. In the meantime, the land has been cleared and the septic system installed. 

Sam Rappaport, a local resident and architect, has volunteered to develop the 
plans for the addition to 30 Sunnyside Lane. With his assistance we are contracting with 
Minuteman Technical High School to build the addition during the FY07 (Sept 2006-June 
2007) school year. We are very appreciative of Rappaport's willingness to share his 
professional expertise with the town. 

Following the 2005 Town Meeting the Accessory Apartment Taskforce submitted 
its plan for encouraging the development of affordable accessory apartments to the 
Department of Housing and Community Development. We are still awaiting feedback 
from DHCD as to any changes which need to be made to assure that apartments 
developed under this program will count towards the town's affordable housing stock. In 
the meantime, the ZBA has approved several permits based on the homeowner's 
agreement to rent under the program. The Commission is developing the contracts and 
monitoring procedures to assure compliance. 

We continue to monitor the building of Minuteman Commons 55 Plus project in 
North Lincoln. This condominium project of 32 units will include 6 affordable units. 

The Commission participated on the "At Risk" Property Taskforce and will 
continue to review any development opportunities on these projects. 

We continue to work with the Lincoln Foundation and the Rural Land Foundation. 
Lincoln is very fortunate to have these dedicated residents supporting our efforts to 
maintain the diversity and rural, small town character of Lincoln. 
The Commission has not had a full membership for several years due to the inability of 
Vicky Diadiuk to attend meetings. The mix-up over the Governor's appointment to the 
Commission threatened to further reduce our working membership. We wish to thank 
Michael Farny for recognizing this and the Governor for reappointing Bryce Wolf. Our 



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thanks to Wolf for remaining with the Commission as this was negotiated. We also 
continue to benefit from the participation of Avram Kalisky, Council on Aging liaison. 

We remain indebted to Building Superintendent Earl Midgely for his attention to 
property maintenance and for sharing his expertise on construction. We appreciate the 
assistance of Elaine Carroll in fielding phone calls, maintaining lists, and rental 
agreements. Town Planner Mark Whitehead has been a valuable resource on many 
housing and planning issues, and in coordinating our work with the architects, the 
Planning Board, and the ZBA. 



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WATER DEPARTMENT 

Dr. Andrew Cole 
Buckner M. Creel IV 
Andrew F. Hall III, Chairman 

Over a hundred years ago the Commonwealth of Massachusetts voted to establish 
the Lincoln Water Works, as it was known at the time, an enterprise fund separate and 
distinct from other operations and activities in the Town of Lincoln. As an independent 
operation, the Water Department, working through three elected Water Commissioners, is 
responsible for its own revenue, expenses and decision-making. Major capital 
expenditures are brought forth through the Town meeting process where we present our 
recommendation for the expenditure. We oversee the Water Department operation as 
managers of a small business making decisions which are in the best interest of the 
Enterprise Fund and ultimately the residents of the Town of Lincoln. 

By way of an update to last year's annual report, we indicated that we might be 
locating a new well on Tower Road and that repairs might be necessary at the Bedford 
Road storage tank. In early 2005, we hired Weston & Sampson to evaluate alternative 
locations near the existing well head and we came to the conclusion that until such time 
as the well casing actually fails we will continue to operate the current well, located at the 
hydrological 'sweet spot' in the area rather than spending $350,000 to find a new location 
that is not quite as good. With regard to the roof on the Bedford Road storage tank, an 
on-going process of evaluation makes it more apparent that the roof needs repairs and 
that the best solution may be to build a new roof over the existing structure which would 
be supported by the pillars supporting the current roof structure. We may be seeking an 
appropriation for these repairs at the 2006 Town Meeting. 

Hopefully without jinxing us, it has been an incredibly quiet year with the 
Department of Environmental Protection (DEP). It seems that they are spending a lot of 
their time in court defending themselves against lawsuits related to water consumption 
limits in at least eleven other communities. We still have a two year old Administrative 
Consent Order (ACO) outstanding with the DEP. The DEP in this ACO is recommending 
that we reduce our water consumption to 80 gallons per person per day. This was based 
upon our withdrawal rates from the Charles River Basin which is considered a moderately 
stressed water resource. The towns that are suing the DEP are in the Ipswich and 
Merrimack Valley watershed which are considered highly stressed and the DEP was 
looking for even lower per day water consumption rates. Last year the Selectmen created 
a Natural Resource Committee which has spent the year analyzing, evaluating and 
commenting on Lincoln's consumption habits. They are providing valuable information to 
both the Selectmen and the Water Department and hopefully this will result in better 
educated residents and lower per person per day consumption. We are encouraged and 
extremely supportive of the work and effort of the Natural Resource Committee. 

Lincoln's Fire Chief, Arthur Cotoni, has presented the Water Department with a 
new issue for the Town to consider. He is interested in improving residential fire 
protection by considering the extension of the water distribution system to areas of the 
Town that are presently not served with fire hydrants. If the Town is convinced through 
the Town meeting process to undertake this project, it will have a major impact on the 
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are expected to benefit from the improved fire protection and to the Town in general. We 
have hired consultants to evaluate the Chiefs proposal and we expect to have a 
presentation available for all interested parties in the spring of 2006. 

In a hotly contested race, Buck Creel ran unopposed to succeeded Peg Marsh 
who did not run for re-election this past March. Peg was always the voice of reason and 
the person who brought the historical perspective to the table. We always enjoyed Peg's 
input and her frequent letters to the Editor updating the Town on our position and 
concerns. We thank her for her twelve years of service and at the same time we thank the 
staff at the Water Department, under the leadership of Pat Allen, for another year of 
service to the Town providing us with reliable and high quality water. 



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Department Of Public Works 

Richard Campobasso 

Dennis Botelho 

Danny Desmond 

Joe Hayward 

John Masciovecchio 

Steve McDonald 

Bob Maker 

Gary White 

Margaret Pace 

Carol Withycombe 

Chris Bibbo, Supperintendent 

2005 was a busy year for the Lincoln Department of Public Works. In terms of 
personnel, the Department hired a new Superintendent, Christian Bibbo, and 
announced the retirement of the long time Department secretary, Margaret Pace. In 
Margaret's place, the Department hired Carol Withycombe. 

anuary, February, and March produced some difficult storms and record breaking 
snow fall. The approximate total accumulation during this time was 106 inches. 
Transitioning from Winter activities to responsibilities to Spring, the Department 
performed roadway maintenance through the months of April and May; including street 
sweeping and pothole repair. We also undertook the Pierce House drainage project in 
May of 2005. 

Throughout the summer months of June, July, and August, the Department paved 
the following roadways: 
Mill Street 
Silver Birch Lane 
Acorn Lane 
Tower Road 
Ballfield Road 

This past summer, the Department also cleaned approximately 250 catchbasins, 
fixed the elevation of numerous catchbasins, performed roadside vegetative maintenance, 
cut dead roadside trees, and filled potholes. 

The month of August also saw the first use of the Department's new municipal 
tractor. The substantially overgrown roadside vegetation on Mill Street in the northern part 
of town was trimmed back; providing the residents with a safer, more aesthetically 
pleasing roadway. 

During the fall and early winter months, the Department continued with its roadside 
program, trimming more than 10 miles of roadside. We also placed over 200 tons of 
bituminous material in a comprehensive roadway patching project. Removal of dead and 
damaged roadside trees continued as well as the standard leaf removal program. 

The return of winter was felt in November as the Department was clearing snow 
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December as multiple storms hit. One storm on December 9, 2005 blasted the area with 
the snow falling at a rate of 4 inches per hour. 

During the course of the year, the Department was also tasked with the operation 
of the Town's Transfer Station, and maintenance and operation of the Town's cemeteries. 

Looking ahead to 2006, the Department anticipates rolling out new projects and 
programs including: a comprehensive vehicle maintenance program, a trail and path 
maintenance program, Improvements to the Transfer Station, roadside improvement / 
aesthetic program, and a new leaf removal program. 



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RECYCLING COMMITTEE 

Chris Bibbo 
Sandra Bradlee 
James Meadors 
Julie Pugh 
Inge Richardson 
Diana Smith 
Peggy Elliott, Chair 

The major goal of the Lincoln Recycling Committee is to educate and assist town 
residents to comply with State law by separating all recyclables from the waste stream. 
Those items which are banned from the waste stream are: glass containers, plastics #1- 
7, tin cans, mixed paper, car batteries, and yard waste. 

On July 3, 2004, Lincoln began a new system of commingling glass bottles, tin 
cans, and plastics #1-7, now collected in one bin in the Recycling area at the Transfer 
Station. The commingled recyclables are then delivered, AT NO COST to the Town, to 
FCR (formerly KTI) of Charlestown, to their huge warehouse and dispersed from there for 
reuse throughout the world, but often in nearby areas. The Town also delivers mixed 
paper to FCR for which they pay us. Through FCR guidelines, Lincoln may now recycle, 
in the same bin with commingled, well-rinsed waxed containers (such as for milk or 
orange juice), which they ask us to flatten to conserve space in transport. They also ask 
us NOT to recycle plastic tops and caps, which have to be sorted out by hand. They also 
ask that plastic bags be placed in a convenient trash container so as not to be mixed in 
with commingled items. This company is the largest municipal recovery plant in America 
and is a fascinating operation to visit and learn about. 

The Recycling Committee, in conjunction with the DPW, is asked to watch over 
the Transfer Station stickers, which identifies residents of the Town. Those without 
stickers are asked to show proof of a Lincoln address and obtain a sticker, or else leave 
the premises. This program saves tax dollars on our tax rate. 

The Committee participated in the Green Fair, sponsored by the Conservation 
Commission and the Rural Land Foundation of Lincoln, on April 3, 2005. We were joined 
by good number of other organizations interested in educating the public and each other 
about the many ways to improve and enjoy our environment. 

On April 23, 2005, The Recycling committee, the Conservation Committee, and 
the Department of Public Works sponsored a Lincoln Cleans Up Lincoln event, from 8:00 
am to 12 noon. With the help of enthusiastic volunteers, most of the main roads, and 
many minor ones, were made more aesthetic, and, hopefully, people's awareness of 
keeping it that way was heightened. 

In 2005, the Lincoln Transfer Station and Recycling Center processed the 
following recyclable items: 

• Commingled Items 150 Tons 

• Metal Items 100 Tons 

• Paper 520 Tons 



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• Styrofoam 3 Tons 

This means that approximately 773 Tons of material were taken from the normal solid 
waste stream to be recycled. This cost savings to the Town by reducing the amount of 
trash taken to the North Andover trash facility was $50,000. 



Special Collections of other items are held two times a year, exact times to be 
announced, for the following materials: 

Cathode Ray Tubes (CRTs) 

Televisions 

Computers 

Other electronics (i.e. stereo equipment), 

Refrigerators, 

Air Conditioners, 

Propane Tanks 

Recycling reduces trash disposal costs for the town. It reduces pollution caused 
by burning trash. We urge everyone to think recycling: "Reuse, Reduce, Recycle". 
Volunteer at the Transfer Station to help spread the word, and we will all be contributing to 
the quality of our environment. 

The Lincoln Recycling Committee is happy to hear suggestions and even 
complaints, since feedback is necessary for the best operation of the Transfer Station. 
Our volunteers at the Transfer Station on Saturdays, and now on Wednesdays, help to 
educate the public and keep the Transfer Station in order. To volunteer, please contact 
Peggy Elliott, 781-259-0433. 



PIERCE HOUSE PROPERTY COMMITTEE 

Jean Home 
Lucia MacMahon 
Max Mason 
Stephanie Rolfe 
Judith Gross Chair 

This is being written on January 4,2006 just a few days after the Pierce House Annual 
New Year's Day Open House. Thanks to the generosity of many members of the Town, 
the Committee was able to continue hosting this event. It has become a tradition that is 
enjoyed by all ages We owe special thanks to the Garden Club, The Ancient Mariners, 
Tastings Caterers, Howard Swartz Caterers and our own Lord of the Manor, Richard 
Silver. For the last few days people have been greeting us with, "Oh, those soups!". 

2005 was an interesting year for the Pierce House. For some reason lavish weddings 
have gone out of style. Brides and Grooms now invite their guests to what is known as a 
"destination" wedding on some obscure island in the middle of no where. Although we 
wish them well, this practice has taken a sad toll on the Pierce House finances. Twice this 
year this Committee has had to beg for funds from the Fin Com. The Fin Com has 
graciously agreed to help us out. 

The repair of the terrace was an expense that required more money than we had on hand. 
The spaces between the blue stone squares were getting deeper and despite constant 
filling with sod were becoming a real hazard. Max Mason, who designed the terrace, set 
about finding a solution for the problem. He tried several methods himself, one of which 
was to collect stones the size of golf balls and pack them in between the flagstones. This 
might have worked but it turned out that small children delighted in digging them out. His 
next effort was stuffing the spaces with granite cobblestones. This looked very nice but 
would have been too expensive for the whole terrace. Then one day he walked out in the 
back lot of stone supply company and found some bricks made out of cement. They were 
inexpensive, just the right size and good looking.. When he went back into the office to 
order them he was told that they didn't have any.. Max refused to take that for an answer 
and politely explained that he had just seen them in their back yard. They then agreed to 
sell them and deliver them to the Pierce House. For a short while we considered installing 
them ourselves but luckily gave up that notion and Max found a very good person to do 
the job. 

Besides the terrace repair we have spent considerable time thinking about how to keep 
the House and Grounds up and running. We are looking into various possibilities including 
asking for some funding from the Town. Mr. Pierce was exceedingly generous in giving 
the House and about 33 acres of land to the Town but the interest on the fund that he left 
to support it has dwindles to almost nothing. What little is left is used to support the Blood 
Pressure and Podiatry Clinics at the COA.This Committee will be trying to find a solution 
and we will very likely be asking for the Town's help! 



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CEMETERY COMMISSION 

Martha DeNormandie 

Manley B. Boyce 

Ann B. Janes, Chairman 

We met once a month throughout 2005 plus several on site meetings at the 
storm damaged area in the Precinct Cemetery. 

Our major effort this past year, in addition to the continual maintenance of Bemis 
Hall, Arborvitae and Lexington Road Cemeteries, has been our plans to develop the 5.2 
acres just south of the Precinct area. We are in the final phase of this development with 
plans meeting the requirements of the wet land restrictions. With the cooperation and 
guidance of Angela Kearney from the Conservation Office, the road has been designed to 
conform to the land and save several specimen trees in the area. Still on the drawing 
board is the road construction, surveying of plots, clearing the area of poison ivy and other 
invasive plants. 

Planning the new area has not distracted our attention from the on going and 
unexpected needs of the cemetery properties. The sick looking Arborvitae shrubs on the 
north and south sides of the Arborvitae Cemetery have defied many solutions to the many 
suggested causes. At the moment we are blaming the deer. 

At Bemis Hall Cemetery the one large branch over the Lawrence memorial was 
removed last Fall. 

At the Lexington Road Cemetery the most frequent visitor complaints are 
unleashed dogs, their waste and their digging around stones. We thank dog owners who 
leash their dogs and clean up their waste. 

In the Precinct Cemetery several slate stones were damaged when a tree fell 
during last January's ice storm. Warren Flint, Jr. recommended a conservator, Ivan Myjer, 
who had worked at Mount Auburn Cemetery. We did consult with Ivan and subsequently 
hired him to repair the shattered stones. It is a work in progress. Perhaps these historic 
stones will be in place for the events April 19 th . 

We are fortunate to have the continued support of the DPW and Richard 
Campobasso and Dennis Botelho who are familiar with demands of maintaining the areas, 
sensitive to concerns of plot owners and knowledgeable of State Laws regarding burials. 

Indeed we sincerely thank Nancy Zuelke, our first responder to the concerns of 
the public, our liaison to the other town boards and our mentor. 

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CODMAN COMMUNITY FARM 

Caroine Boekman (resigned) Annie Charrette Clerk 

Scarlett Carey Douglas Harding, Vice-President 

Kit Carmody William Huss, Treasurer 

Donald Frankel Margaret B. Marsh, President 

Peter Higgins 

Deborah Kahn Harriett Adamson, Co-Farmer Manger 

Linda Miner Ray Adamson, Co-Farmer Manager 

Heather Murray 

Beth Odence 

Bob Robichaud 

George Travis 

Codman Community Farms, now in its 37 th year, continues with its purpose of 
keeping land open in Lincoln and maintaining a small farm in the local agricultural 
tradition. 

The land around the Codman barns is dedicated to his purpose and provides 
space for over 100 community garden plots, pasture for cows and sheep, for pick-your- 
own flower beds, pig pens and hen runs. In and under the barns, calves are growing, 
goats, ducks and chicks are sheltering, and more will come in as the cold weather 
prevails. 

The rare breed program continues with three Devon cows and one bull, 10 
heifers, five pigs, eight Karakul sheep and one ram, a variety of poultry with 300 laying 
hens and 100 young ones, five Muscovy ducks, nine Guinea hens, four geese, eight old 
breed turkeys (four Royal Palms and four Bourbon Reds), seven goats, one donkey, many 
rabbits and three cats. 

Hay is of primary importance to CCF as the largest cash crop. This year the 
weather was bad for hay in most of New England, so the hay crop was well below last 
year's record level. The egg business improved and we have to thank the loyal washers 
and sorters. The Farm Store flourished. 

Education stands at the head of the class for the Farm and the Farm Managers. 
Adult classes for the Backyard Chickener and the Backyard Gardener came in the spring, 
as well as four courses, including the Children's Garden for ages four to ten. Harriette and 
Ray Adamson are splendid teachers with their own specialties. Besides managing 
classes, they receive a constant stream of visitors. Harriett has given tours to many 
school groups, large and small, from different towns. Some of these visitors had never 
seen a cow or thought about how a carrot grows. 

Because small farms are hardly ever self-supporting, some income must come 
from non-farming activities. Membership fees and an annual appeal serve both 
operations and the Green Fund. The Tag Sale in Barn C was expertly managed; the 
Teddy Bears' Tea Party is hugely popular with small fry and their bears. The Annual 
Sheep Shearing was overwhelmingly attended this year. The Harvest Fair successfully 
took place on a warm and sunny September Sunday, preceded by the Farmside Feast, its 
good cheer unimpeded by current health and food rules that require catering in place of 



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the choice home-cooked menu so long provided at considerably less expense by 
members and friends. 

Many wonderful volunteers were part of the Feast and many more for the Fair to 
build displays, run games, exhibit flowers and vegetables, set up and take down and 
generally share in a day of fun that contributes substantially to the CCF treasury. 

Efforts to find an Assistant Farmer were at last successful and CCF feels very 
fortunate to have hired Heidi Tafel. She is particularly interested in cows and the 
possibility of a demonstration milking project such as the Agricultural Committee 
discussed last summer. 

Some comment is necessary to explain the late summer appearance of huge, 
white bales in plastic on both Codman Road fields. These bales contain almost twenty 
times the amount of regular bales, can be made up without being thoroughly dry and are 
cheaper to process, if harder to move. It seemed sensible to try this faster method at the 
end of the season when rain threatens the most. 

CCF is grateful to all its supporters and particularly to the Codman Trustees, 
whose interest and generosity have from the outset sustained this effort to keep alive the 
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METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL 

William G. Constable, Lincoln Representative 

The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) is the regional planning and 
economic development district representing 101 cities and towns in metropolitan Boston. 
In addition, the Council shares oversight responsibility for the region's federally funded 
transportation program as one of 14 members of the Boston Metropolitan Planning 
Organization. The Council's legislative mandate is to provide technical and professional 
resources to improve the physical, social and economic condition of its district, and to 
develop sound responses to issues of regional significance. The Council provides 
research, studies, publications, facilitation and technical assistance in the areas of land 
use and the environment, housing, transportation, water resources management, 
economic development, demographic and socioeconomic data, legislative policy and 
interlocal partnerships that strengthen the operation of local governments. More 
information about MAPC is available at www.mapc.org . 

The Council is governed by 101 municipal government representatives, 21 
gubernatorial appointees, and 10 state and 3 City of Boston officials. An Executive 
Committee composed of 25 members oversees agency operations and appoints an 
executive director. The agency employs approximately 30 professional and administrative 
staff. Funding for Council activities is derived from contracts with government agencies 
and private entities, foundation grants, and a per-capita assessment charged to 
municipalities within the district. 

In the past year, the Council has focused on initiatives that respond to regional 
challenges, some of which include the Minuteman Advisory Group on Interlocal 
Coordination (MAGIC) (Acton, Bedford, Bolton, Boxborough, Carlisle, Concord, Hudson, 
Lexington, Lincoln, Littleton, Maynard, Stow) 

In 2005, the MAGIC subregion organized a major Emergency Preparedness 
Forum to discuss federal, state, regional, local, and public health emergency planning 
functions, plans, coordination, and cooperation; began preparations to participate in Pre- 
Disaster Mitigation Planning under a federal grant received by MAPC; joined MetroWest, 
the Southwest planning group, and MAPC in a roundtable discussion of "The Community 
Preservation Act: Five Years' Experience"; hosted two legislative breakfasts; provided 
feedback to MAPC on the role and function of subregions, on legislative priorities, and on 
MAPC's Strategic Plan; monitored activities related to BRAC review of Hanscom, potential 
plans under expansion and closure scenarios, and potential roles for MAGIC/MAPC; 
hosted a morning Planners' Roundtable where local planners and planning boards could 
share information, learn about innovative tools and techniques, and plan cooperative 
approaches; and provided input into various transportation plans, including TIP projects, 
planning study ideas for the UPWP, regional bicycle and pedestrian plans, and the State 
Transportation Plan. MAGIC also provided support for multi-community (Bedford-Stow) 
development of mixed use zoning bylaws funded by the state's Priority Development Fund 
program. In this project, a visual preference poll, information on existing and model 
bylaws, and public education materials are being designed to benefit other communities. 



MetroFuture -- Making a Greater Boston Region: State law requires that MAPC 
prepare, from time to time, a comprehensive regional plan. This planning process is now 
underway and is called the MetroFuture initiative. It started by asking the people of 



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Greater Boston about their aspirations for the future of the region, and continues with a 
comparison between those visions and the future that will arise if our current trends 
continue unchanged. We are finding both exciting prospects and interesting challenges lie 
ahead if we continue our current pattern of growth and development. Here are just a few 
of the results, out to the year 2030: 

• Population will grow slowly, while the number of households will grow more quickly. 
By 2030, the region's population will have increased by 10%, approximately a third as 
fast as the projected U.S. population growth (29%). The number of households is 
projected to increase by 19% for that same time period, at a greater rate than the 
population, due to a continued decline in household size. 

• Consumption of land continues apace. Fifteen percent of land that was open in 2000 
will be developed by 2030. 

• An older population will demand more homes and health care. There will be declines 
in all age groups under 55 and substantial increases in empty-nesters and elders, 
creating demand for different housing and contributing to an expected near-tripling of 
health care costs from 2000 to 2030. 

• Water in short supply outside the MWRA. Communities with public water systems not 
connected to the MWRA system will face serious water constraints by 2030; 
approximately half will exceed their permitted withdrawal rates. 

These are among the results that will serve as a starting point for discussions 
across the region about alternative paths the region could take, beginning with a series of 
briefings early in 2006. Visit www. MetroFuture.org to learn more about the project, and 
contact MetroFuture@mapc.org to learn about how to host a briefing about the region's 
future. 

Legislative Advocacy: Chaired by Lincoln's Representative to MAPC, the 
Legislative Committee has worked to promote legislation that is of regional interest and is 
informed by smart growth principles 

http://www.mapc.org/regional planning/MAPC Smart Growth.html to view the list of 
principles). At the beginning of the legislative session the Committee recommended for 
endorsement a full legislative agenda, which was subsequently endorsed by MAPC's 
Executive Committee. Among many items, the priorities include reform of the state's 
surplus land disposition policy; recapitilization of the brownfields redevelopment fund; 
reform of the state's antiquated zoning laws; and repeat offender legislation. Contact 
Legislative Director Joel Barrera at ibarrera(5)mapc.org to learn more about the 
committee's priorities and how your community can get involved in regional advocacy 
efforts 

Municipal Planning: MAPC continues to assist municipalities in implementing 
Smart Growth Principles through local zoning changes. This year, MAPC made available 
data and training needed to use Pictometry, a unique oblique aerial photography program 
useful for conservation, planning, assessing, and public safety officials. Under the Vision 
2020 program, MAPC provided zoning analyses or draft bylaws to the towns of Duxbury, 
Stoughton and Hanover. Through FY05 funding from Smart Growth Technical Assistance 
Grants, MAPC assisted Topsfield in developing a Low Impact Development storm-water 
and erosion control bylaw. Under funding secured through the Priority Development Fund, 
MAPC is developing mixed use or multi-family bylaws for the towns of Bedford, Stow, 
Millis, Southborough and Stoughton. Just recently, MAPC received notice of approval of 
its application for Smart Growth Technical Assistance funds to assist the towns of 



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Hopkinton, Ashland and Southborough in examining alternative futures for the 900 acre 
Weston Nurseries property. MAPC also continues to provide information to municipalities 
regarding the Smart Growth Overlay Districts enabled under Chapter 40R. 

Metro Mayors Coalition: MAPC works with the mayors and city managers of 10 
municipalities in the urban core on issues such as group purchasing, employee health 
insurance, regional public safety, and municipal public finance. Through this work, MAPC 
staffed the statewide Municipal Finance Task Force which reached consensus on a 
variety of public policy changes to reinvigorate the partnership between local and state 
government. We also formulated an $11 million grant program to fund inter-local and 
multi-disciplinary approaches to stemming the tide of youth violence, drug use, and gang 
activities in the region. This program became law late in 2005. 

The Metro Data Center, an official US Census affiliate, provides in-depth analysis 
of trends in the region and conducts research on emerging issues that will strengthen the 
Council's ability to plan for the future. The Center works to increase public understanding 
of and access to demographic, social, economic and land use data and trends that affect 
the Boston metropolitan area. The Center also releases regular publications to maintain a 
general awareness about how growth continues to impact communities. The Center 
provides current accurate data to legislators, municipalities, public and private agencies, 
and the general public about growth trends in the communities and subregions of the 
greater Boston area. 

Transportation planning: MAPC staff played an active role in helping to revise the 
MassHighway Design Manual, now known as the Project Development and Design 
Guidebook. As vice chair of the Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization, MAPC 
worked to develop the annual Transportation Improvement Program, including 
transportation spending priorities for the region. We also developed population and 
employment projections to the year 2030, to be used in scenario modeling in the new 
Regional Transportation Plan and MetroFuture (see above) in 2006. 

Metropolitan Highway System Advisory Board: MAPC staffs this board, 
established in 1997 by the Commonwealth to advise the Massachusetts Turnpike 
Authority on issues relative to land use, air rights, zoning, and environmental impacts 
associated with development of land owned by the authority. In 2005, the Board reviewed 
a number of Requests for Proposals and development proposals for various parcels 
along the Central Artery surface. 

Regional Services Consortiums: The Regional Consortiums Project collectively 
procured more than $3,000,000 in office supplies for 32 municipalities, and highway 
maintenance services valued at $16,000,000 for South Shore and MetroWest cities and 
towns. The project also facilitates collegial forums among members' chief administrative 
officers that focus on collective problem solving and resource sharing. MAPC, in 
partnership, with the Greater Boston Police Council, assists over 300 units of local 
government in procuring police, public works and general use vehicles, along with various 
public safety supplies. 

Public Safety and Homeland Security: MAPC provides planning and fiduciary 
services to the Northeast Homeland Security Regional Advisory Council (NERAC), the 
Northeastern Law Enforcement Council (NEMLEC) and the Metropolitan Law 
Enforcement Council (METROLEC). Activities include procurement, research, and 



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planning to enhance the delivery of public safety services and to ensure the region is 
prepared for either a terrorist attack or natural disaster. 

Hazard Mitigation: Pre-Disaster Mitigation (PDM) plans help communities 
prepare for natural disasters such as floods, winter storms, wind, and geologic hazards. 
In 2005, MAPC completed PDM plans for 10 communities on the North Shore and 10 
communities on the South Shore. MAPC is also developing PDM plans for 9 Inner Core 
communities, including Boston and neighboring communities, which will be completed in 
2006. FEMA has awarded a grant to MAPC to develop PDM plans in 28 towns in the 
MAGIC, MetroWest, and North Suburban subregions, beginning in 2006. 

495/MetroWest Water Resources Strategy: Working with the 495/MetroWest 
Corridor Partnership, MAPC completed three major components of a comprehensive 
water strategy for the corridor: 1)the Massachusetts Low Impact Development Toolkit, 
available at http://www.mapc.org/lid.html , was published and two regional workshops were 
held to present the toolkit to the public. The toolkit recently received the 2005 Outstanding 
Planning Project Award from the Massachusetts Chapter of the American Planning 
Association; 2) Once Is Not Enough, a guide to water reuse in Massachusetts, was 
published. It is available at http://www.mapc.org/regional planninq/waterreuse.html : and 
3) two regional contracts for Leak Detection Services were developed for both the 
495/MetroWest communities, as well as all the entire MAPC region. Learn more about 
leak detection services that are available to cities and towns in MAPC's January edition of 
the Regional Record, our electronic newsletter, located at www.mapc.org . 

Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy: Every five years, the 
Metropolitan Area Planning Council is responsible for developing a Comprehensive 
Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) in partnership with the Economic Development 
Administration. The 2005 CEDS, Insuring Greater Boston's Prosperity, contains an 
analysis of economic trends and conditions and highlights five challenges to economic 
well-being. It sets a context for inviting regional participation that moves toward a regional 
response to the challenges. The report is included in the January edition of MAPC's 
Regional Record, available at www.mapc.org . 

MEPA Project Reviews: MAPC reviews projects under the Massachusetts 
Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) and submits comments on projects with significant 
regional impacts. In 2005, MAPC reviewed 166 MEPA filings (Environmental Notification 
Forms, Environmental Impact Reports, and Notices of Project Change), and submitted 
comments to EOEA on 58 of these. One of the most significant reviews of the year was a 
"Peer Review" conducted by MAPC and the Old Colony Planning Council on the proposed 
Village Center Plan for the former South Weymouth Naval Air Station. Visit 
http://www.mapc.org/whats new/SWNAS/SWNAS Summary Document.pdf to view our 
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PERSONNEL BOARD 

Elliot Curtis 
Kathryn Nicholson 
Beth S. Ries, Chairman 

During Lincoln's debate over whether to hire a professional manager to oversee 
both the Public Works and Water Departments, the Personnel Board highlighted for the 
Town the various professional management skills which could strengthen these two 
departments. Effective delegation of duties and the ability to conduct long-range planning 
geared to the Town's mission and overall direction are examples of the skill sets 
suggested. These needs have since been partially satisfied with the hiring of a well- 
qualified and capable manager for the Department of Public Works. The Chairman was 
pleased to have been a member of the committee charged with selecting Christian Bibbo 
as the new DPW Superintendent. 

The Committee's activities were somewhat curtailed by the departure of Assistant 
Town Administrator Chris Coleman. It hopes that in 2006 it can renew its regular 
meetings with the new Assistant Town Administrator, Anita Scheipers. 



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HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION and 
LINCOLN HISTORICAL COMMISSION 

Eleanor Fitzgerald 

Kenneth Hurd (Historic District Commission only) 

Stefania Jha (resigned 12/13/05) 

David Ries (Historic District Commission only) 

Mary Spindler (resigned 7/1/05) 

Colin Smith (Chair) 

The Commission meets regularly on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. 
to review applications for changes to existing structures within the Historic Districts. The 
following is a list of decisions made during 2005 by the Historic District Commission: 

1 . Approval was granted for alterations and additions to 23 Sandy Pond Road. 

2. Approval was granted for a lap pool, spa, pergola, fence and landscaping at 

20 Trapelo Road. 

3. Approval was granted to affix the numbers 25 above the door at the Old Town 
Hall Corporation. 

4. Approval was granted for the repair of a stone wall along the perimeter of the 

property at 37 Bedford Road. 

5. Approval was granted to demolish the house at 23 Bedford Road and 
construct a 

new dwelling. Approval for the new dwelling will require an additional public 
hearing when the design is submitted. 

The Lincoln Historical Commission oversees the demolition of structures 
anywhere in Town under the Demolition Delay By-Law. 

Demolition requests granted: 

1 Hawk Hill (house) 

34 Old Sudbury Road (house) 

300 South Great Road (farm stand, house and garage) 

335 South Great Road (house) 

16 Old Cambridge Turnpike (house) 



The Commission is continuing to engage in a town-wide survey in an effort to 
identify those buildings or areas, which could benefit from the protection that their 
inclusion in an Historic District would provide. The Commission again wishes to thank 
Jack Maclean for his valuable assistance in this effort. 

Changes in the Commission: 

The Commission accepted with regrets the resignation of Mary Spindler and 
Stefania Jha whose dedicated service on the Commission was greatly appreciated. Two 
new members are to be appointed by the Selectmen. 



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COMMUNITY PRESERVATION COMMITTEE 

Rayna Caplan 
Susie Collins 
Craig Donaldson 
Ken Hurd 
Colin Smith 
John Valpey 
Peter von Mertens 
John L. Koenig - Chair 

The mandate of the Community Preservation Committee is to study the needs of 
the town, in consultation with other municipal boards and committees, and to solicit input 
from the town as to its community preservation needs, possibilities and resources; and 
based on that study, to make recommendations to the town for expenditures in the four 
areas of community preservation interest: (i) open space, (ii) preservation of historic 
structures, (iii) community housing (defined as low to moderate income housing) and (iv) 
recreation. 

Over the last three years, the Committee has recommended, and the town has 
approved, funding for the following projects: 



Project Funds Allocated 

1 . Complete roof repairs at the Pierce House $ 80,000 

2. Acquire Sunnyside Lane property from state 

for affordable housing $1 1 9,000 

3. Buy down" of condominium unit at Greenridge 

for affordable housing $1 50,000 

4. Construction of affordable housing units on 

Sunnyside Lane $673,000 

5. Funding the town's Conservation Fund to be 

used for land acquisitions $163,500 

6. Repairs and improvements to the Lincoln Library $560,750 

7. An inventory of the Town's historic properties $ 1 5,000 

8. Creation of a model historic preservation restriction 

easement $ 5,000 

9. Funding towards the purchase of 63 acres of 

conservation land $350,000 

The Committee continues to meet with town boards, organizations and 
individuals through a series of regular meetings and annual public hearings. Through 
these meetings, we explore the present and future needs of the town in the four areas of 
CPA concern. As a result of these meetings, requests for funding have been proposed to 
the committee, resulting in the projects listed above, as well as projects to be submitted 
for approval at Town Meeting in March 2006. 

The goals of the Community Preservation Act coincide closely with Lincoln's 
Vision Statement: open space, historical legacy, economic diversity, citizens' 



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convenience. Acquiring open land that comes on the market, preserving our numerous 
historical structures, providing housing in a housing market that is increasingly top-heavy, 
and ensuring adequate recreation facilities are all priorities that compete for attention. In 
evaluating proposals for funding, we consider the following factors: 

- consistency with Lincoln's vision, its Housing, Open Space and 
Recreation Plans, and other planning documents that have 
received town-wide review and input 

- whether the project has support of relevant town committees or 
organizations, (e.g. Conservation Commission, Recreation 
Committee, Historic Commission, Housing Commission, etc.) 

- if the project helps preserve threatened resources or currently 
owned town assets 

- if the project serves multiple needs and populations 

- if the project serves a population that is currently underserved 

- whether the project can realistically be accomplished within the 
time frame and budget that is proposed 

- the impact of a delay in initiating the project. 

We welcome community input via the CPC Questionnaire. Our Questionnaire is 
available on the Lincoln town web site (www.lincolntown.org/depts/CPC.htm). Requests 
for funding for the next fiscal year will be due by mid-November, 2006. A Project 
Submission Form will be available on the web site and in Town Hall prior to that date. 



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CABLE ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Jim Cunningham, Chair 

2004 Recap 

During 2004, the Town started broadcasting meetings (Selectmen, School 
Committee, and HATS) over Comcast cable channel 8. 

Event Coverage 

Meeting coverage continued and taped meetings such as Congressman 
Markey's "Town Meeting" was broadcast. 

Facilities 

The "studio" is housed in a closet off the Donaldson room in Town Offices. It 
gained some space when half the archives stored there were moved out. Hopefully, 
during 2006, the rest of the archives can be relocated. 

Cable Contracts 

Verizon has started the process for obtaining a cable license in the town. They 
have already installed fiber throughout the town with the ability to carry phone and Internet 
service. Completion of the license process is expected in mid-2006. 

Plans 

The Cable Advisory Committee needs to replenish its membership with emphasis 
on members and volunteers to help with public access policy, taping, broadcasting, and 
editing of programs. Interested parties should email Comments(5)XincolnChannel.com . 
Bulletins for broadcast should be sent to Bulletins(S)LincolnChannel.com 



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Board of Trust Funds Commissioners 

Gregory DeBaryshe 
Douglas Harding 
Donald Collins, Chairman 

During the past year the trustees conducted an investment manager review and 
search. Public notice of the search was posted in "Pension & Investment News". Firms 
interested in managing the towns commingled endowment fund were instructed to submit 
an RFP that was available on the Town's web site. After reviewing a number of different 
alternatives the committee decided to renew the contract of the current manager 
Bartholomew & Company. The selection of Bartholomew was based upon the following 
criteria; investment performance, experience in managing similar funds for other 
Massachusetts municipalities, ability to provide separate account reconciliation, account 
size, level of service, and cost. 

Investment returns for the fiscal year were modestly positive reflecting the low 
rates of return available from most financial markets and the conservative investment 
objectives for the Town's accounts. Domestic equities and fixed income sectors modestly 
underperformed their respective benchmarks while global equities modestly outperformed. 



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TRUST FUND COMMISISONERS REPORT FOR 2004-2005 





7/1/2004 






6/30/2006 






BALANCE 


REVENUE 


EXPENSES 


BALANCE 


PRINCIPAL* 


Library Funds 












Katherine S. Bolt Fund 


$2.04 


04 




$2.08 


$0.00 


John W. & Eleanor Tarbell Carman Fund 


41,310.22 


882.25 




$42,192.47 


30,652.50 


Codman Fund 


1 ,058.94 


30.26 




$1,089 20 


1,000.00 


Virginia S. Dillman Fund 


5,721.19 


163.58 




$5,884.77 


5,000.00 


Mary Jane & Murray P. Farnsworth Fund 


-203.82 


(61.66) 




-$265.48 


-203.82 


Alice D. Hart & Olive B. Floyd Fund 


1,039.21 


24.24 




$1,063.45 


1,000.00 


Gleason Fund 


34,830.17 


975.25 


420.85 


$35,384.57 


30,000.00 


Herschbach Fund 


6,55419 


187.44 




$6,741.63 


5,025.00 


Lucretia J. Hoover Fund 


2,474.43 


70.78 




$2,545.21 


2,206.26 


Lincoln Library Fund 


1,105.75 


(85.51) 




$1,020.24 


1,000.00 


Dorothy Moore Fund 


6,876.49 


195.85 




$7,072.34 


5,000.00 


John H. Pierce Fund 


1,188.89 


(90.01) 




$1,098.88 


1,000.00 


George Russell Fund 


1,124.94 


64.05 




$1,188.99 


1,000.00 


Edith Winter Sperber Fund 


5,327.54 


7.70 


5,346.98 


-$11.74 


5,036.00 


Abbie J. Stearns Fund 


1,758.94 


376.87 




$2,135.81 


1,500.00 


Joseph & Henri-Ann Sussman Fund 


8,258.06 


1,188.72 




$9,446.78 


7,900.00 


George G. Tarbell Fund 


4,998.81 


612.35 




$5,611.16 


4,000.00 


George C. & Eleanor F. Tarbell Fund 


14,339.53 


(241.73) 




$14,097.80 


11,875.62 


West Abrashkin Fund 


1,368.93 


(32.75) 


111.90 


$1,224.28 


1,000.00 


C. Edgar & Elizabeth S. Wheeler Fund 


1,349.77 


38.58 




$1,388.35 


1,000.00 


Library Funds • TOTAL 


$140,484.22 


$4,306.30 


$5,879.73 


$138,910.79 


$114,991.56 


(Continued on next page) 












Miscellaneous Funds 












Bern is Lecture Fund 


$33,816.44 


876.00 




$34,692.44 


$30,000.00 


Alfred Callahan Fund 


2,889.35 


82.62 




$2,971.97 


3,015.93 


Codman Scholarship Fund 


46,749.16 


18,081.28 




$64,830.44 


21,000.00 


DeCordova School Equipment Fund 


28,047.65 


581.48 




$28,629.13 


25,311.96 


Donald Gordon Recreation Fund 


9,696.37 


214.01 




$9,910.38 


5,256.07 


Joseph Brooks Grammar School Fund 


1,348.78 


51.09 




$1,399.87 


1,217.27 


Lawrence H. Green Fund 


3,444.42 


73.69 




$3,518.11 


1,307.65 


Norman Hapgood Fund 


170.85 


97.47 




$268.32 


159.19 


Christine Patterson Fund 


12,381.26 


1,284.20 




$13,665.46 


11,425 05 


John H Pierce Legacy Fund 


161,980.70 


11,620.05 


39,952.70 


$133,648.05 


116,314.54 


Jane Hamilton Poor Scholarship Fund 


4,223.60 


1,926.72 




$6,150.32 


1,235.00 


Lincoln Scholarship Fund 


243,592.21 


16,807.98 


2,167.00 


$258,233.19 


111,035.00 


Abbie J. Steams Fund for the Silent Poor 


2,389.29 


341.61 




$2,730.90 


1,225.05 


John Todd Fund 


38,433.78 


841.21 




$39,274.99 


30,000.00 


Tricentennial Fund 


6,111.68 


174.41 




$6,286.09 


5,688.29 


Miscellaneous Funds - TOTAL 


$595,275.64 


$53,063.82 


$42,119.70 


$606,209.66 


$364,191.00 


Special Funds 












Cemetery Perpetual Care Fund 


$176,687.25 


8,010.84 




$184,698.09 


$131,626.45 


Conservation Fund 


1,823.11 


115,360.78 


50.000.00 


$67,183.89 


N/A 


Special Funds ■ TOTAL 


$178,510.36 


$123,371.62 


$50,000.00 


$261,881.98 


$131,626.45 


All Funds - TOTAL 


$914,270.12 


$180,731.74 


$97,999.43 


$997,002.43 


$610,809.01 



"NOTE: Principal represents the portion of the Fund Balance which cannot be spent. 



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CAPITAL PLANNING COMMITTEE 

Gary Taylor, Selectmen Representative 
Pat Philips, Finance Committee Representative 
Sandy Hessler, School Committee Representative 
Jim Henderson, Conservation Representative 
Jacqueline Apsler, Library Trustee Representative 
Rob Jevon, Citizen Member 
Andy Beard, Citizen Member 
Anita Scheipers, Assistant Town Administrator, 
Member Ex-officio 

The Capital Planning Committee's role as an advisory body is to study proposed capital 
projects and improvements requiring major one-time expenses of at least $15,000, with an 
anticipated useful life of at least five years. All town boards and committees review such 
items with the committee. This process has served the town well with sound capital 
investments to maintain and improve our buildings, auto fleet, and schools. The 
Committee works with guidelines issued by the Finance Committee and makes its 
recommendation to both the Board of Selectmen and Finance Committee. 

This year the Capital Planning Committee received over $1 million dollars of request from 
various departments and committees. The Committee meets with each agency and in 
some cases suggests alternative approaches. During the review phase the Committee 
forwards requests that may be eligible funding under the Community Preservation Act to 
the Community Preservation Committee if approved will save the town $.50 on every 
dollar spent. 

This summarizes the status of the Committee's discussions as of its last meeting on Dec. 
20, 2005 and constitutes the Committee's final recommendations for capital improvements 
to be taken up at the 2006 Annual Town Meeting. 



Capital Planning Committee's Recommendation for FY 2007: 

Item: Recommended Funding: 



DPW Pickup w Plow 


$32,500 


Ambulance 


$150,000 


Police Cruisers (2) 


$64,000 


Computer Technology 


$70,000 


Conservation Commission Tractor 


$31,000 


School Buildings Envelope 




Windows/Doors Glazing 


$32,000 


Fix 8 Doors 


$8,000 


Repair Skylights 


$17,600 


Gutters 


$16,500 


Sewage Pump Upgrades 


$14,000 


Classroom Rehab 


$50,000 


Library Carpet 


$23,000 



Total: $548,600 



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LIBRARY, RECREATION AND SCHOOLS 
LIBRARY 

TRUSTEES OF THE LINCOLN PUBLIC LIBRARY 2005 







Term Expires 


Diana Abrashkin 


Self-Perpetuating 




Jacquelin Apsler 


Selectmen's Appointee 


2008 


Alfred Kraft 


Self-Perpetuating 




Jenifer Burckett-Picker 


Selectmen's Appointee 


2005 


Alexander Pugh 


Elected 


2007 


Marshall Clemens 


School Committee Appointee 


2006 


Peter Sugar 


Self-Perpetuating 





Overview - The number of patron visits, materials circulated, programs, program 
attendance, decreased in 2005 while the number of web site visitors, and use of the library 
catalog over the Internet increased during 2004. There were a number of factors that 
caused some statistical categories to rise or fall. First, the Internet is turning the library 
into a "Clicks and mortar" retail operation. Patrons enjoy the convenience of searching the 
library catalogue, placing holds for titles, and renewing library material over the Internet 
from any place in the world. Second, the Concord Free Public Library reopened in 2005 
after being closed for a major renovation. Third, the state funded delivery service became 
overloaded this summer. Patrons could not place requests on audio visual materials for 
four months, which contributed to the reduction in the materials circulated category. 

Budget and Finances - At Town Meeting in March Lincoln residents approved a four 
percent increase to the Library's operating budget to $692,049. This preferred budget 
included two new services. First, 2.5 hours were added to Jeanne Bracken's schedule for 
her to work on the local history collection. Prior to this addition, no one on the staff was 
able to dedicate time to this project on a consistent basis. 

Second, Hannah Gavalis and Andrew Loof worked as summer interns. The 
Massachusetts Port Authority had funded the summer interns but funding stopped in 
2003. Hannah and Andrew helped the Children's Room staff with the Summer Reading 
Program and worked on special projects with several staff members. They did a great job! 

The Community Preservation Committee's warrant article passed at Town 
Meeting, which included $420,000 for a new roof on the Gund Building. The Library's 
Building Committee shepherded this project through the public bidding process. 
Competition from vendors was intense and resulted in a lower price than was originally 
estimated. Construction began in November. Any unspent money will be returned to the 
Community Preservation Committee in before June 2006. 

For the first year the Library took its maintenance budget ($27,000) out of its 
operating budget and into a warrant article. With separate budgets, money budgeted for 
building maintenance cannot be redirected to library programs and services. The major 
capital investments for building improvements at the Library will be protected with a 
separate maintenance budget that supports regularly scheduled maintenance activities 
and repairs. 



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Staff - There was no turnover in the full time or part time staff during 2005. Jeanne 
Bracken won a New York Times Librarian of the Year award. To celebrate, the Friends 
hosted a celebration party in her honor. The library had 52 volunteers during the past 
year. Each volunteer makes a valuable contribution to the Library and we are grateful that 
so many people are willing to donate their time and talents to the Library. There is plenty 
of work to do at the Library and new volunteers are always welcome! 

Trustees - Jack Pugh was chairman of the Library Trustees and Jacquelin Apsler 
replaced Jenifer Burckett-Picker as the Selectmen's appointed Trustee. 

Trustee Committees - Building and Grounds: Peter Sugar, Marshall Clemens, 
and Alfred Kraft; Capital Planning: Jacquelin Apsler and Peter Sugar; Collections and 
Programs: Diana Abrashkin; Finance: Jack Pugh and Peter Sugar; Friends of the Library 
Liaison: Jacquelin Apsler; Fund Raising: Alfred Kraft and Diana Abrashkin; Personnel: 
Jacquelin Apsler, and Alfred Kraft; Vault Committee Liaison: Marshall Clemens. 

Programs - Programs in both the Children's and Adult departments continued to draw 
large and enthusiastic audiences to the library. More than 3,900 kids and parents 
participated in Children's Room programs, while over 1,700 library visitors enjoyed Adult 
Department offerings. 

The Children's Room conducted their usual weekly storytimes within the library 
as well as at local preschools and at Lincoln Extended Day Program. Also continued were 
the book discussion groups for children in grades 3-4 and grades 5-6 and a monthly 
preschool sing-along with musician Ed Morgan. "Get a Clue at the Library" was the theme 
of February school vacation week. Programs included "Catch a Crook" detective tricks, 
"Stories and Crafts for Little Snoops," and "My Grandma's Gonna Kill me" an interactive 
mystery program. The Children's Department was "Crackin'. Up" during April school 
vacation week with Ed Popielarczyk's magic show and workshop as well as a "Captain 
Underpants" program based on the popular children's book series. "Going Places @ Your 
Library" was the theme of this year's Summer Reading Program which included a Reading 
Club Kick-Off and Ice Cream Party, an exploration of the culture of India with Lincoln 
resident Hema Shasta, African tales with storyteller Len Cabral, a musical journey through 
the Caribbean with Taino, a puppet show of Chinese mythology with Galapagos Puppet 
Theater, and an Irish magic show with Debbie O'Carroll. The Summer Reading Program 
included weekly stories and crafts and book discussion groups. October brought us 
"Halloween Silly Willies," songs and stories with storyteller Jackson Gillman. The year 
ended with a week of drop-in winter crafts for children of all ages and a performance by 
mime and comedian Robert Rivest. 

The Adult Department kicked off its year with a visit by Ken Gloss of the Brattle 
Book Store, who spoke about collecting books. Several attendees brought in valuable 
material which Ken was able to appraise. A program on "Hiking Locally" around the 
SuAsCo Watershed by Jill Kern came in the Spring. Martha Lufkin and Sareen Gerson 
spoke on their combined years of "newspapering" in Lincoln. Two programs on trees and 
grasses finished off our "Tree" grant in spring. Three authors joined us in the Fall, Marion 
Schlesinger, Andrew Schlesinger and H.H. Fuller read and spoke on their books, the 
writing life, and how to get published. Classic Jazz at Lincoln Library continued into its 
Twenty-fourth season, the highlight being the live Jazz performance by The Alamo City 
Jazz Band in April. Many thanks to Vern Welsh, Ed Williams, and Gene Darling for their 
mighty efforts, and to all the presenters who continue to inspire and amaze us with their 
knowledge and love of jazz. The Friday Book Group completed "Books About Books" in 
May and decided to visit the "Chinese House" at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem in 
honor of reading Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress . A very good ending indeed! 



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In September the Friday group began reading books about "New York New York" and 
have already enjoyed Pete Hamill's Downtown and The Golden Spur by Dawn Powell. 
We were also fortunate this year in having very high quality exhibits including Kathleen 
Bitetti whom we shared simultaneously with the DeCordova Museum's "Pretty Sweet" 
exhibit. Two teachers from the Museum School in Boston displayed art and sculpture in 
January; Olive Pierce's photographs of Afghanistan were a highlight in September. 
Thanks to all the exhibitors, whose work really makes the Library come alive through all 
the seasons. 

We are grateful to all those who contributed to another successful program 
season -- Amy Gavalis, Jane Flanders, Stacy Howard, and Dana Weigent in the 
Children's Room, and Ellen Sisco in the Adult Department. We also thank the Friends of 
the Lincoln Library, Inc. for their outstanding financial support of many of these programs. 

Reference - The reference department has been especially active this year. Drop-in 
computer training sessions weren't drawing much interest, so sessions dedicated to 
specific subject areas were scheduled. Sessions on travel planning online, various 
business and investment databases, and online newspapers (Boston Globe, New York 
Times) proved more popular. We are developing a program for students called "I've Got 
Google. WHY do I need the library?" that we will continue to present, possibly to groups of 
students and teachers from the Lincoln schools. We appreciate the support of the Friends 
of the Lincoln Library, who funded Jeanne Bracken's trip to a mystery lovers' conference 
in Washington, DC, called Malice Domestic. Jeanne furthered her reputation as The 
Mystery Maven by leading a weekly book group all summer long. Mysteries on Mondays 
introduced an enthusiastic audience to newer mystery writers of some note and talent. 
The successful program has continued into the fall and winter with monthly Mystery 
Mondays, currently discussing the genre known as "police procedurals" from the 
perspective of very different law enforcement officers. The Write Stuff, four sessions co- 
sponsored by the library and the Lincoln Review, drew about two dozen writers (aspiring 
and published) to hone their grammar and style. This group will continue in some form this 
winter, ideally culminating with a public reading at the library. 

Friends — Officers of the Friends of the Lincoln Library, Inc. beginning September 2005 
are: Patty Levy, Chair; Rayna Caplan, Vice-Chair; Barbara Low, Treasurer, and Sara 
Brown, Secretary. The Directors are: Jacquelin Apsler, Lisa Baer, Elizabeth Cherniak, 
Deb French, Anne Hutchinson, Avram Kalisky, Martha Lufkin, Esther Shapiro, Haskel 
Straus, and Susan Taylor. This year the Friends purchased a new photocopy machine, 
lighting fixtures for the gallery, and a DVD player for the Library and new shelving for the 
Children's Room. The Friends are also co-sponsoring a children's author speaker series 
with the Lincoln School Foundation, which will give children a chance to meet their favorite 
authors! As in past years, the Friends funded Children's and Adult programming, museum 
passes, the Library's brochures announcing summer, fall, and winter programs. The 
monthly book sales are a great success and one of the few places where you can 
purchase a bag of books for five dollars. The Library is very appreciative of their efforts. 
The Friends annual appreciation luncheon for library staff and volunteers was another 
success. 

Building and Grounds - The Preston building wood window restoration project, which 
was funded by the Community Preservation Committee, was completed in 2005. Originally 
we thought that the windows were made from mahogany and we were surprised to learn 
that the windows were made from red gum wood. A study of the Library's pneumatically 
controlled HVAC system was performed in January and repairs to the HVAC system were 



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made during the spring. Repairs to the boiler were necessary in February after two 
unfortunate boiler fires. In April corroded sump pumps were replaced when they could not 
keep up with the spring rains and snow melts. Most of the electrical repairs, identified by 
the engineering consultant in January 2004, were performed in May. Tom Curren Painting 
Company repainted the gallery as a donation in September. Nancy Henderson beautified 
the library entrance with flowers, weeded flower beds, and pruned trees and bushes. She 
also selected the White-barked Himalayan Birch that was planted on the Bedford Road 
side of the Library in May in memory of Amy Gavalis' late husband Ted. In November 
Nancy and her husband, Jim, planted four andromeda bushes around the story room 
turret to balance the two other andromeda bushes and hide the cement that is falling off of 
the foundation and the gouges in the wood where the lawn crews have hit the turret with 
their equipment. 

Historical Collections and the "Vault" - Jeanne Bracken began working Monday 
mornings on the Library's historical collections. She is cataloging donated materials that 
are destined for the Vault and making finding aids for commonly asked local history 
questions. This is the first year that the Library has money in its operating budget for 
ongoing work on the local history collection. 

Grants - The Library received a State Aid award of $11,392.98, which consists of a 
Library Incentive Grant of $5,448.82, a Municipal Equalization Grant of $1,741.15, and a 
Nonresident Circulation Offset grant of $4,203.01 . 

The Library also received a Preservation Assistance grant from the National 
Endowment for the Humanities in the amount of $3,500. A consultant from the Northeast 
Document Conservation Center performed a general preservation survey of the paper- 
based local history materials stored in the library's vault. 

The preservation consultant's report identified areas where the Library needs to 
improve as well as where the Library is doing a good job. The consultant identified 
possible risks to the collection, evaluated institutional policies and procedures, and 
identified preservation priorities. This document will serve as a planning document for the 
Lincoln Public Library's preservation activities to save these materials for future 
generations. A copy of this report is in the Reference Room for patrons to read. If anyone 
is interested in volunteering on this project, please join in! 

The Library also applied for a State funded Documentary Heritage grant, 
requesting $4,500, but did not receive a grant award. Work on this grant would have been 
performed by Jack MacLean, who has already done a considerable amount of research 
on Lincoln houses. Jack would have created a database that would allow patrons to 
search for houses by: street address, call numbers for information stored at the library, the 
property's historical name, date, Lincoln's Assessor's plot number, Massachusetts 
Historical Commission form number, and identification of whether it is in a historical 
district. User-friendly print outs, sorted by the above search terms, could have been used 
as finding aids to make the Library's local history collection more accessible. This is a 
worthwhile project and the Library will look for other funding sources. 

Gifts - The Trustees express their gratitude to those who have made financial 
contributions to the library in 2005. We are grateful for your donations for library materials 
as well as donations directed toward specific projects such as the Vault Project. 

During 2005 the Library received Dr. Albert England's collection of approximately 
750 musical scores and funds to catalogue them for the Library's collection. These scores 
are shelved by musical instrument so patrons can browse the collection and find scores 
for piano and flute, for example. 



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Bolt Foundation 
Buschman, Steve 
Carey, William & 
Scarlett 

DeNormandie, Alice 
DeNormandie, Robert 
Eaton, Jefferson 
England, Dr. Albert 
Fitzgerald, Eleanor & Derek 
Friends of the Lincoln Library 



Hagan, Gary & Margaret 

Harrison, Timothy & Eliza 

Herlacher, Larry & Jane 

Lincoln Garden Club 

Lociatto, V 

Mach, Michael & Stacy 

Peery, Ashton 

Stuler, Terri 

Sussman, Joseph & Henri-Ann 

Taylor, F. Stephen & Jane 



EXHIBITORS IN THE GALLERY 2005 



Therry Mislick 
Molly Gayley 
Lincoln Schools 
Alex Maclean 
Lynn Gargil 
Joy Waldman 



Marjorie Walsh 
Olive Pierce 
Peter Sugar 
Elinor White 
Leslie Miller 



OTHER EXHIBITORS 



Cheryl Bible 
Kathleen Bitetti 
Teresa Deible 
Rob Diebboll 
Jeff Engel 
Nan Freeman 
Jennie Greeson 
Jane Layton 
Jill Levien 



Elaine Markoff 

Partners in Health 

Barry Paul 

Juliet Rago 

Eric Smith 

Harold Smith 

Stephanie Mahan Stigliano 

Paul Svetz 

Yoshiko Yamamoto 



The Library is grateful to the many people who gave books, tapes, videos, and other 
materials to support the collection. They include: 



Cheryl Alexander 
Suzanne Art 
Marcia Bibring 
Jeanne Bracken 
Mary Danese 
Albert England 
Kathy Feinberg 
Jim Felix 
Florence Freed 
Friends of C.O.A. 
Friends of Lincoln Library 
Graham Gund 
MaryAnn Hales 
Ruth Hapgood 
Charles Hersch 



James Hogan 

Antonella Imad 

John Kimball 

LLCT 

Lincoln Historical Society 

Irene Lockwood 

Rob Loud 

Barbara Low 

John MacLean 

Kathy Madison 

Fred Mansfield 

Laurie Manos 

Lori Michaels 

Paul Montie 

Sam Mygatt 



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Katherine Hall Page 

Use Plume 

Henry Rugo 

Richard and Susan Silver 

Ellen Sisco 

John & Sophia Spiliakos 



Stephanie M. Stigliano 

Joseph Sussman 

Ruth Wales 

Bella Wheeler 

Ed & Ruth Williams 

Ann Woll 



Magazine subscriptions were received from the following people: 



Maria Bizzari-Schmidt 
Kathie Brobeck 
Robert Hicks 
Ludwig Luft 



William Ryan 
Kathy Rushby 
Wilfrid Schmid 
Stewart Young 



The Library is also grateful for donations of time and items in support of Library 
operations. 



Daniel Bakinowski 

Howard Brower 

Jeanne Bracken 

Tom Curren Painting Company, Inc. 

Leo Gerechter 



Alfred Kraft 
Lincoln Brownies 
Lincoln Garden Club 
Staples Copy Center 
Paul Svetz 



STAFF 2005 
Barbara Myles 
Ellen Sisco 

Lisa Acker Rothenberg 
Amy Gavalis 
Jane Flanders 
Jeanne Bracken 
Dorothy Martin 
Stacy Howard 
Lee Donahue 
Nadine Rebovich 
Kathy Rushby 
Kathie Brobeck 
Dana Weigent 
Susan Sugar 
Lisa Bracken 
Jennifer Donaldson 
Tal Gerechter 
Ruth Dietmeier 
Robert Bottino 
Robert Lager 
Andrew Loof 
Hannah Gavalis 
Peg Marsh 
Marcia Bibring 
Esther Shapiro 

LIBRARY VOLUNTEERS 2005 



Librarian 

Assistant Librarian 
Technical Services Librarian 
Children's Librarian 
Children's Librarian 
Reference Librarian 
Sunday Reference Librarian 
Assistant Children's Librarian 
Sunday Children's Librarian 
Senior Library Technician 
Bookkeeper 
Circulation Assistant 
Circulation Assistant 
Circulation Assistant 
Circulation Assistant 
Circulation Assistant 
Sunday Circulation Assistant 
Library Page 
Custodian 
Custodian 
Summer Intern 
Summer Intern 
Senior Worker 
Senior Worker 
Senior Worker 



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Patty Arena Ed Williams 

Barbara Arnold Mary Winston 

Marcia Bibring 

Sally Bobbitt 

Peggy Boyer 

Mark & Susan Bradford 

Jenny Brannen 

Sarah Brannen 

Kathie Brobeck 

Jennifer Brody 

Rayna Caplan 

Flo Caras 

Elizabeth Chemiak 

Amy Craig 

Gene Darling 

Leslie Denholm 

Sally Dewey 

Taffy Fernald 

Eleanor Fitzgerald 

Mary Lou Gauvin 

Hannah Gavalis 

Claudia Grasso 

Harry Hadley 

MaryAnn Hales 

Pete Heijn 

Nicholas Hunter-Jones 

Ann Janes 

Rob Jevon 

Sam Johnson 

Jean Kennedy 

Heddie Kent 

Kristen Lee 

Lincoln Garden Club 

Andrew Loof 

Rob Loud 

Jack MacLean 

Peg Martin 

Marion Mattke 

Jim Meadors 

Katie Poole 

Inge Richardson 

Nasrin Rohani 

Jane Row 

Marguerite Russell 

Esther Shapiro 

Haskel Straus 

Jane Thomas 

Bill Tufenkjian 

Vern Welch 

Carol White 



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LIBRARY STATISTICS 2005 



GENERAL 



ACQUISITIONS 
Books 



Books-on-Tape/CD 



Other Audio- Visual 



CIRCULATION 



PROGRAMS 



PROGRAM ATTENDANCE 



Number of days Open 


319 


Fines Collected 


$9,660 


Number of visitors 2004 


70,244 


Number of visitors 2005 


68,718 


Inventory 2004 


80,185 


Purchases/Gifts 


5,060 


Total 


85,245 


Discarded/Lost 


4,604 


Inventory 2005 


80,641 


Inventory 2004 


1,378 


Purchases/Gifts 


125 


Total 


1,503 


Discarded/Lost 


12 


Inventory 2005 


1,491 


Inventory 2004 


9,561 


Purchases/Gifts 


1,744 


Total 


11,305 


Discarded/Lost 


144 


Inventory 2005 


11,161 


Total Circulation 2004 


177,715 


Adult Circulation 2004 


97,501 


Children's Circulation 2004 


80,214 


Total Circulation 2005 


159,632 


Adult Circulation 2005 


101,837 


Children's Circulation 2005 


57,795 


Total Programs 2004 


354 


Adult Programs 2005 


69 


Children's Programs 2005 


210 


Non-Library Groups 2005 


56 


Total Programs 2005 


335 


Total Attendance 2004 


7,332 


Adult 2005 


1,591 


Children's 2005 


4,433 


Non-Library Groups 2005 


925 


Total Attendance 2005 


6,949 



INTERNET 



Web Site Visitors 2004 



16,595 



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Web Site Visitors 2005 27,048 

Web Site Hits 2004 64,555 

Web Site Hits 2005 93,796 



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RECREATION COMMITTEE 

Susan Collins 

John Dumont 

Ingrid Neri 

Cathy Long 

Jane Tatlock 

Noah Eckhouse, chair 



Summary 

FY'05 was a year that brought many good things 
and a few challenges to the Lincoln Recreation 
Committee and the Recreation Department... 

First and foremost, Rec continued its mission of 
providing varied and compelling programming for all 
Lincolnites. Our program offerings were targeted at 
toddlers, primary schoolers, middle schoolers, 
young adults, families and seniors. From Ballroom 
Dancing to Fun with Messy Play, Strength Training 
to Summer Camp, we continue to deliver the rich 
programming that Lincoln has come to count on 
over the years. 



Rec Quiz; 

Reading this during a slow moment at town 
meeting? See if you can answer the following 
questions: 

1) Who, of the current Recreation 
Commissioners, has been on the board 
longest? 

2) How many tennis courts does the Town 
maintain? 

3) Which adult program has the largest 
number of participants: Open Studio, 
Fitness, Tennis lessons? 

4) What color is the interior of the Codman 
Pool? 

5) What company sponsors the Recreation 
Brochure printing? 



Financially, it was another successful year for our cost recovery model, with user fees 
returning 96% of the entire $31 1k Recreation budget to the town's general fund. Careful 
financial management by our talented staff helped us set and hold a course throughout 
the year. Continued diligence will be required on this front. 

Tracking the needs of Lincoln 

One major challenge we see looming on the horizon is the decreased appetite for certain 
types of Rec programming, particularly at the elementary and middle school levels. With 
the emergence of for-profit "Recreation Businesses" in the area (such as Acton Indoor 
Sports, private health clubs, tennis facilities, etc) Lincoln families have many competing 
venues for their children's time. 

As a result of this reduced demand, we have discontinued some programs and enhanced 
others. We've also experimented with a variety of new offerings with mixed results. The 
challenge for us as a committee is to accurately forecast the future. Community input on 
this topic is not only welcomed, but encouraged. Please, if you have any perspectives 
you'd like to share with us, send an email to dpereira(S)lincnet.orq . We'd love to hear from 
you. 

Planning for the Future 

Our long term planning is updated continuously, and from our perspective we see two key 
projects looming over the next 2-5 years, including: 

• New/replacement playgrounds 

• Additional playing fields 



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Our playing fields are continuously used from April to November. Many groups vie for 
field time, ranging from Lincoln Baseball, Lincoln Youth Soccer, middle school sports 
teams, adult softball and soccer leagues, school recess, club teams and camps. While 
this usage represents a healthy desire to be active and get outside, it also creates a turf 
care management challenge. Our fields rarely "rest" and we are always one wet spring 
away from having significant damage to the playing surface, which leads to increased risk 
of injury for participants, scheduling headaches and other problems. 

This trend has been visible for many years and we feel it is appropriate to be exploring 
locations for a new "pod" of fields. Town support, likely in the form of a town meeting 
capital expenditure, will be required to undertake such an effort. We look forward to 
making presentations about this issue at future town meetings. 



Quiz Answers: 1) Jane Tatlock 2) Six 3) Fitness 4) White 5) RE-MAX Walden Country, 
Inc. 






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LINCOLN CELEBRATIONS COMMITTEE 

Sarah Andrysiak 
Sara Brown 
Gretchen Covin, 
Nancy Pimental (Chair) 

In 2005, the Celebration Committee welcomed two new members - Sara Brown 
and Gretchen Covino. With their help, we had a busy year planning and putting on 
events, including the Memorial Day observance, July 4 th day-long celebration, and 
Summer Series at Pierce Park. 

Lincoln's Memorial Day observance was held on the morning of May 30 th . A 
large crowd gathered as Lincoln's American Legion (Post 84) and Veterans of Foreign 
Wars (Post 5239) marched down the hill from Bemis Hall to the library. The keynote 
speech was delivered by Peter Boylston Adams, Former Captain, USAR. A patriotic sing- 
along was led by Lincoln resident Captain Thomas Risser, Medical Corps, USNR. 

In honor of Lincoln's agricultural heritage, the theme for the 2005 4 th of July 
parade was "Celebrating Lincoln's Bounty". The Grand Marshals were Bob Henderson, 
Codman's first farmer, and Peggy Marsh, Codman Farm President. We applaud the 
efforts and enjoyed the creativity of those who participated in the parade. The Best of 
Best trophy was awarded to Charlie Stankard for his veggie float. A record number of 
runners of all ages participated in the morning's Firecracker Run road race. The 
Recreation Department hosted afternoon sports activities and free swim. Lincoln high 
school graduate Maggie Arnold sang the National Anthem, and a large crowd enjoyed the 
evening's fireworks display. We appreciate the outstanding work of the Lincoln Public 
Safety Department and DPW, which ensured a safe and successful day. 

The Summer Series at Pierce Park was held on three, Wednesday evenings in 
July. We danced to the music of our favorite Oldies Rock 'n Roll band, the Nays. Family 
Fun Night drew several hundred children and their families for outdoor fun with a giant 
inflatable slide and moon bounces. The last event of the Series was a versatile selection 
of brass music by Brass Venture. 

Thanks to those who volunteered at these events; our sponsors; and those who 
donated to the fireworks. We look forward to another year of events in 2006! 



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LINCOLN SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Pam Borgert (Hanscom Representative) 

Corie Cruise (Hanscom Representative) 

Sandy Hessler (Vice Chair) 

Laurie Manos 

Dennis Picker 

Cathy Rogers 

Julie Dobrow (Chair) 

The Lincoln School enjoyed a year in which our students continued to learn and 
grow in a high quality Pre Kindergarten-8 school system. Our students demonstrated their 
academic development in a variety of ways reflecting their different learning styles, 
supported by a fine teaching staff and the financial resources provided through taxes, 
private gifts and grants. The district continues to be managed in an efficient and fiscally 
responsible way, and we are pleased to report that once again we completed the year on 
budget and in the black. 

Improvements: The focal point of our collective work in the district has been in 
the areas of curriculum and professional development. During this past year, we have 
been able to implement some meaningful improvements to the program offerings while 
operating on a tight budget. We have maintained our commitment to the small class sizes 
valued by the community and shown to have educational value. 

Teachers and administrators remain involved in a number of curriculum 
improvement initiatives. Of particular interest have been the efforts in the mathematics 
and science curriculum areas. In mathematics, a complete revision of the K-8 learning 
expectations, with a focus on essential knowledge, skills and key outcomes, is near 
completion. Teachers have also been involved in professional development activities and 
in projects with math specialists (some of which were supported by grants from the Lincoln 
School Foundation), aimed at improving assessment methods used in mathematics 
classrooms. Teachers are also continuing the process of redesigning science units to 
ensure that the knowledge and skills that are stressed build both an excitement for 
science and the proficiencies outlined in the state curriculum frameworks. Faculty 
members are also actively involved in expanding and refining all other curriculum areas. 

In terms of professional development, Lincoln district teachers built their skills 
through participation in over 110 courses, workshops and conferences over the past year. 
Teachers' professional development also included involvement in 33 program 
improvement projects during the summer of 2005. 

The Administration has expanded its goal setting process from annual goals to a 
three-year focus. District, School Committee and school-based goals are aligned. Each 
goal category includes an aspirational goal, operational focus and specific work plans 
outlining activities and anticipated results. These goals are used to evaluate program 
proposals and to ensure alignment with long-term strategy. More information on the goals 
may be viewed on our website: www.lincnet.org/schoolcommittee . 

The Middle School initiative has formed a design team of teachers, parents and 
administrators, and is working with a consultant to further develop the process for middle 
school improvement and outline specific steps for implementation. 

Our Special Education program underwent three separate evaluations: a mid- 
cycle review conducted by the program quality assurance division of the Department of 
Education, an independent evaluation conducted by Dr. MaryAnn Byrnes, and a survey 
administered by the Special Education PAC. Each evaluation noted strong compliance 
with state mandates, but also showed our program to have made significant efforts to 



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communicate with parents and to be highly commendable in its early intervention 
activities. One of the additional outcomes of these evaluations was the formation of the 
Collaborative Evaluation Committee, composed of administrators, teachers and parents, 
which will continue to evaluate our special education program and help to focus the 
program's continuous improvement efforts. 

Building on the initial work for computer and communication technology planning, 
the district has entered into a consulting contract with Fresh Pond Education, which will 
result in an articulation of what students should know about using technology and how 
technology will support learning in other content areas. The process will include 
curriculum planning for effective integration of technology, professional development for 
teachers and an assessment of the district's technology infrastructure. 

Contracts: The School Committee and administration successfully negotiated 
new contracts with the Lincoln Teachers Association and the custodial union. The 
contracts are a "win-win" situation; good for the recipients, and good for the district. The 
new three year teacher's contract provides for a total of a 7% increase in decreasing 
increments over the life of the contract, along with increased opportunities for teacher's 
professional development, additional time in the school day, and a new improved teacher 
evaluation program. 

Facilities: Following last year's request from the Capital Planning Committee 
and a commissioned study that evaluated the maintenance needs in our current buildings, 
the School Committee appointed a Facilities Subcommittee to further evaluate the current 
conditions of the buildings and grounds, and to begin the tasks of assessing their use in 
terms of both future educational and community needs. It has become clear that a 
significant backlog of facilities- related needs exist. The work for this Subcommittee will 
include procuring enrollment projections, looking at program needs and their impact on 
space, and developing an analysis of building systems, infrastructure and siting issues in 
relation to the buildings and grounds. In addition, the Facilities Subcommittee is charged 
with prioritizing work to be done, recognizing that the Town is also now assessing building 
needs. The Subcommittee will report back to the School Committee during 2005-2006, 
with the goal of having recommendations that the School Committee will be able to bring 
before the Capital Planning Committee in fall 2006 and a full plan to present to Town 
Meeting in 2007. The School Committee is working in collaboration with the Board of 
Selectmen, the Finance Committee and the Capital Planning Committee on this project. 

Leadership: The leadership at the Lincoln School was comprised of a team of 
three principals who worked closely together. One led the K-2 cluster, one the 3-5 cluster, 
and one the 6-8 cluster. Assessments from faculty at the school indicated their collective 
belief that this model enabled greater access to administrators for teachers and parents, 
better support for classroom activities, higher levels of supervision and closer relationships 
with students. In addition, the Lincoln School hired an experienced new business 
administrator, Susan Bottan, replacing David Jack who had rendered four years of 
excellent service to Lincoln. In addition, we hired new legal counsel to provide more 
effective and cost-efficient services for the district. 

Celebrations: Lincoln students demonstrated outstanding academic, civic, 
artistic and athletic successes in 2005. We have added a section at the end of our report 
this year that highlights a sampling of our students' many achievements. At the end of the 
school year, we honored the graduates of the Lincoln School and the Hanscom Middle 
School. 74 young men and women graduated from the Lincoln School and 37 from the 
Hanscom Middle School. We wish them the best as they continue their studies. In 
addition, we bid farewell in June to a number of retiring faculty and staff members. At the 
Lincoln School, we said goodbye to Edie Baxter, who had taught with us for 27 years. At 
the Hanscom Primary School, we honored Anita Paoletti, who had taught for 35 years, 



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and at Hanscom Middle School, Debbie Almy, 20 years, Ron Joki, 15 years and Geoff 
Piece, 38 years. The length of service to our community, and the commitment to the 
children delivered by these individuals was exceptional, and we extend our heartfelt 
thanks to them, with wishes for a healthy, happy, and fruitful next phase of their lives. 

New Committee Members: At the Town Elections in March 2005, two members 
were elected to the School Committee: Laurie Manos and Cathy Rogers. Both have taken 
8 hours of training sponsored by the Massachusetts Association of School Committees, 
required of newly elected School Committee members, mandated by state law since 2003. 
This training has been valuable in helping to acquaint them with current issues facing 
public schools in Massachusetts, as well as issues confronted by School Committees 
statewide. 

Leadership Training and Advocacy: In addition to training provided by MASC, 
some School Committee members participated in leadership training programs for school 
committees given by the EDCO Collaborative. Some Lincoln School Committee members 
have attended sessions sponsored by state representatives on educational issues to 
become more informed on current Massachusetts educational initiatives and challenges. 

School Committee Process and Outreach: The School Committee has 
continued to focus attention on how it serves the community, and has made ongoing 
efforts to communicate with our constituencies. We have made use of both electronic and 
traditional means of communication (web site, email lists, cable television, bulletin boards, 
coffees) to make information more easily and more broadly accessible. In fall 2005 we 
commenced a series of Roundtable Discussions in both Lincoln and at Hanscom to meet 
with parents and update them on School Committee work in a more informal setting. In 
addition, we have continued to publish and update a long-term agenda so that anyone 
wishing to can see which issues are coming up, and when votes will be taken. As 
mentioned above, the School Committee and the district set goals, and make work plans 
for all ongoing work. Mid-year and year-end reviews of these goals and work plans in 
public session enable more careful planning, as well as greater accountability and visibility 
of School Committee work. 

Hanscom: We are now in the fifth year of a five-year contract with the 
Department of Defense to manage the schools at Hanscom Air Force Base. Having 
completed both educational and financial analyses, we have concluded that it is in the 
best interest of the schools and the Town to maintain this longstanding relationship. We 
are in the process of trying to procure a successor contract. 

Challenges: In closing, we would like to reiterate a significant and ongoing 
concern. We continue to be challenged by finding ways to provide the high quality 
educational system that Lincoln expects while being significantly constrained by the 
budgeting process. Fixed cost increases such as contractual obligations, transportation 
costs and mandated state and federal programs, along with skyrocketing energy costs, far 
outstrip the funds available to us within the boundaries of Proposition 2 1/2 increases. 
The uncertainties surrounding state aid compound our concern. Along with other 
communities around the Commonwealth, we remain apprehensive about the short and 
long term prospects for the funding of public education. 

However, the School Committee remains committed to and optimistic about our 
school system. We are confident in the abilities of our administration, we feel that our 
teaching staff is dedicated and talented, and that our students are getting an excellent 
grounding that will serve them well in their future educational endeavors. We will work 
hard to continue to be creative and thoughtful about education, and we are dedicated to 
our continuing efforts to improve the schools. We greatly appreciate your support and 
participation. 



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NOTABLE EVENTS AND SUCCESSES - 2005 



OUR ACADEMICS 

National & State Recognition: 

• Lincoln students won numerous State and National foreign language 
distinctions in 2005: 

o 8 th French - 2 Lincoln students tied for 1 st Nationally; 4 more in 

State top 20 
o 8 th Spanish - ties for 3 rd and 5 th Nationally, and for 3 rd and 4 th in 

State 
o 7 th French - one National placement, 7 in State top 20 
o 7 th Spanish - 1 st in State, 2 tied for 2 nd , 3 more in top 10 

• Lincoln students stand-out in Regional and National Math Competitions: 

o 4 th grade Regional Winners in Continental Math League, Euclidean 

Math Contest 
o 5 th grade team in top 20% of National Math Olympiad 
o 6 th graders won Highest Team Award in National Math Olympiad 
o A 7 & an 8 th grade student made the top ten in the Regional Math 

Counts Competition 

2005 Graduate Honors : 

• 1 5 graduates of the Class of 2005, were awarded Overall Academic 
Achievement Awards for straight A averages in three or more academic 
subjects 

• 14 additional graduates received Academic Achievement Awards for A 
averages in one or two academic subjects 

• Another 8 graduates received Achievement Awards for their performance in 
Physical Education, Art, and Music 

• Special Book Awards were also granted to seven students: 

o Lawrence Green Award was conferred to a student who 

exemplifies scholarship in all areas of science and who stands up 

for his or her convictions. 
o Pip Moss Award for Music Achievement was given to a student 

who demonstrates exceptional talent in instrumental or vocal music. 
o Robert W. Treanor Awards were given to two students who 

demonstrated creativity, originality, organizational skills, and a 

passion for art. 
o Lincoln Teachers Association Awards were given to two 

students who consistently made positive contributions to their 

school and are involved in a variety of school activities. 
o Lincoln Historical Society Award was received by a student who 

has maintained a high grade point average and demonstrated 

knowledge of current events 



OUR CULTURE 



Music: 



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Arts: 



Sports: 



Silver Medal Winners in 2005 Great East Music Festival - 7 th & 8 th band and 

orchestra 

77% of 5 th graders enrolled in instrumental music program in 2005/06 

100's of students perform in a variety of choral and instrumental concerts 

throughout the year, including a 5 th & 6 th Choral and Instrumental 

performance at the State House 

Student participants in New England Junior District Chorus 

Nationally recognized student composer 



Over 500 pieces of student artwork displayed in "Artsonia" Web Gallery K-5 

- visit our gallery at: www.artsonia.com/lincoln24 

"Voices of Brooks" Literary Magazine publishes student poetry and other 

literary works 

Artist/Writers in Residence Programs 

3 theatrical productions for 2005/06 

After-school student Newspaper Club guided by the Lincoln Journal Editor 

K-5 and 6-8 student produced year books 



6-8 th girls and boys teams each won 1 st place in Carlisle Invitational Cross- 
country meet 

12 students earned Presidential Fitness Awards - top 15% of children 
nationally 

58% of Middle School students won National Physical Fitness Award - 
exceeding the national average of 50% 
10 teams compete in 7 different sports 

Nearly half of all middle school students play on at least one school team 
Annual K-5 Field Day brings kids, teachers, and parents out to the playing 
fields 

Annual Olympic Day involves all middle school students, teachers, and the 
PTA 



OUR CITIZENSHIP 

Community Service: 



All 7 th graders are required to participate in community service projects 
Kindergarten book drive will send books to the "Traveling Library" in Uganda. 
K-5 children "Run for Hunger" 



Stewardship : 

• Green Team elective focuses on conservation, recycling, and environmental 
clean-up 



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• Kindergarteners help out at The Food Project 

• 5 th grade science students work with Conservation Commission to identify 
and remove invasive plant species 

Student Leaders : 

• Student Council & Kids for Change - focus on community service projects and 
school spirit 

• Students Council, in cooperation with the Lincoln Police Department, organized 
the collection of over 2,000 pounds of food for Hurricane Katrina relief 

• 7 th & 8 th grade Peer Mediators are trained to help fellow students problem 
solve 

• K-4 "Reading Buddies" partner-up for guided reading and shared learning 

Community Outreach: 

• Over 100 parent and community volunteers share their skills with our 
schools 

• Parent education outreach brings in guest speakers to inform, inspire, and 
align parents and educators 



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Class of 2005 - Lincoln Graduates 



Jesse Benjamin Adams-Lukowsky 
Jessica Ida Allen 
Sarah Rowe Barrie 
Kadeem Deshawn Batts 
Alice Rose Blackwood 
Laura Anna Burckett-Picker 
Hayley Elizabeth Caslin 
Rusulenni Castro 
Edmond Alfred Charrette 
Monique Nashira Clarke 
Joseph Michael Collura Jr. 
James Rafael Coombs 
Sarah Joyce Cooper 
Parker MacKenzie Coyne 
Elizabeth Crean 
Kasey Elizabeth Cybulak 
Charles Francis DeFrancesco 
Neel Anand Duggal 
Jennifer Gail Dumont 
Cameron Lunden Edwards 
William Donovan Ehrich 
Daniel Frederick Etcheverry 
Jamie Christine Faulkner 
Julia Hunter Fenton 
Margaret Eileen Fleming 
Michael Lopaka Foley 
Stephen Hawes Foley 
Kamarra Jaquan Freeman 
Sarah Wright Freeman 
Basha Gabrielle Goldstein-Weiss 
Konstantin S. Gutnichenko 
Cody Christopher Hallowell 
Matthew James Henderson 
Nicholas Silva Holmes 
Shalei Meehan Holway 
Humphrey Chun-Ki Huynh 
Ethel Louise Hylton 



Peter Andrew Johnson 
Martin Daniel Kafina 
Coltrane Kalisky-Tetreault 
Elizabeth Boardman Kelman 
Armen Joseph Keshishian 
Taylor Danielle King 
Coralie Kraft 
Jared Scott Laferriere 
John Robert Leonelli 
Sydney Jessica Maki 
Madeline Rose McMann 
Michael Anthony Merullo 
Jeffrey Hanibal Montaque 
Kadie Sara Muscolo 
Charlotte Lawrence Odence 
Aperahama Lawrence Parangi 
Chinah Nicole Peele 
Christine Hanafin Pierson 
Myles Stone Postell-Reynolds 
Tess Victoria Rice 
Peter McDonnell Rogers 
Antonique Sharra Saunders 
Jazz Morgaine Haass Saunders 
Rae Simone Haass Saunders 
Jonathan James Scotti 
Fionnuala Riana Seiferth 
Adam Edson Webb Singer 
Krysta Yvonna Smith 
Hugo Chan-Patera Sousa 
Christina Nicole Spiliakos 
Geoffrey Hsining Tarn 
Andrew Chendu Tsai 
Mira Dobrow Vale 
Michael Thomas Veling 
Louisa Horlbeck Walker 
Nathaniel James Walsh 
Eleanor Chrisman Welles-Gertz 



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Class of 2005 - Hanscom Graduates 

Class of 2005 - Hanscom Graduates 



Angela Agiorgousis 
Brittany Asselini 
Kari Becker 
Danielle Clemmons 
Broque Cockrum 
Kerry Costa 
Jarrod Cox 
Brandon Eckert 
Olivia Fernandes 
Shawn Fernandes 
Andre Gerner 
Elizabeth Goeke 
Katelynn Gorski 
Armand Halbert 
Jayson Hauck 
Jerald Hickmon 
Sidnee Jensen 
Kathleen Keller 
Rebecca Layher 



Laura LeMay 
Kaytie MacLean 
Dennis Malley 
Kaetlyn Miller 
Nicholas Neveux 
Stephanie Oliveira 
Michael Pacheco 
William Page III 
Daniel Parente 
Genesis Reyes 
Shayna Roberts 
Joseph Rodriguez 
Chelsea Sanchez 
Alisha Stiles 
Matthew Stretch 
Cassandra Theriault 
Rory Thrasher 
Jenna Turn 



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OCTOBER 1, 2005 ENROLLMENT 



SCHOOL 
Preschool 
Lincoln school 



Preschool 
hanscom Primary 



Hanscom Middle 



STUDENTS 



GRADE 


SECTION 


IS ( ) = BOSTON 


TOTALS 


Pre-K 




5 


5 


K 


4 


63(9) 




1 


5 


84(11) 




2 


3 


63(9) 




3 


5 


100(13) 




4 


4 


76(13) 




5 


4 


79(7) 




6 


4 


68(8) 




7 


4 


78(13) 




8 


3 
36 


63(8) 








Lincoln School total 


674(91) 




LINCOLN CAMPUS TOTAL 


679(91) 


Pre-K 




12 


12 


K 


5 


78 




1 


4 


63 




2 


4 


73 




3 


4 
17 


70 






Hanscom Primary School Total 


284 


4 


3 


55 




5 


3 


64 




6 


3 


53 




7 


3 


62 




8 


2 

14 


37 






Hanscom Middle School total 


271 




HANSCOM CAMPUS TOTAL: 


567 




LINCOLN PUBLIC SCHOOLS TOTAL 


1246 



CASE and Outside Placements 
(for October 1 , 2005) 



Lincoln: 4 

Hanscom: 2 



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LINCOLN-SUDBURY HIGH SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

Mark T. Collins 
Eileen Glovsky 
Eric A. Harris 
Patricia Mostue 
John Ryan 
Lauri Wishner 

It seemed worthwhile this year to do more than describe the academic year at 
Lincoln-Sudbury, or to revisit the pride we feel in the new building, or discuss the ongoing 
budget struggles we all face, and instead focus on some of the honors and awards that 
the school, its students, and its teachers received during the 2004-05 school year. 

The school is very proud that its National Ocean Science Bowl teams won a first 
and third place in the New England Regional Competition, and that the A team went on to 
win second place in the National Competition, held in Biloxi, Mississippi. The Martin Luther 
King Action Project won a special and noteworthy service award - The Volunteer Award of 
the Year for its deep and historic commitment to the Boston Food Bank and was 
recognized by corporate groups. The school newspaper, the Forum, won 3 rd place in the 
All New England Division I category and the yearbook Dyad won 1 st place from the New 
England Scholastic Press Association in Division I. In a tribute to the excellent teamwork 
that resulted in the new building, the school itself won the Public Project of the Year Award 
from Construction Management Association of America. 

As has been noted elsewhere, the L-S Athletic teams came in second in Division 
I for the prestigious Boston Globe Dalton Award, given to the school with the best overall 
winning percentage of all teams, boys and girls. The boys baseball team won a state 
championship, and girls Field Hockey were state finalists and in addition to these 
achievements, we are equally proud that two of our teams, the boys soccer and girls 
basketball teams won the Sportsmanship Award. 

The individual students and teachers who have been honored and recognized 
are too numerous to mention, but we are particularly proud of Earth Science teacher Anita 
Honkonen, who was selected New England Earth Science teacher of the year; and of 
History Teacher David Hosford, who received a large grant from the National Endowment 
for the Humanities for his research into the Stalin era. 

Finally, in the wake of the tsunami that devastated Southeast Asia, the school 
raised $25,000 through student and faculty led initiatives, demonstrating that the 
commitment of the L-S community extends well beyond achievements in the classroom 
and on the athletic fields. 



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ANNUAL REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT ELECTION 

The Regional School District Election was held in conjunction with the elections in Lincoln 
and Sudbury on Monday, March 28, 2005 and certifications of the results were received 
from Nancy J. Zuelke, Town Clerk of Lincoln and Barbara A. Siira, Town Clerk of Sudbury, 
as follows: 



For two 3-year terms: Lincoln Sudbury Total 



2,467 
2,634 
29 
3.186 
8,316 



Patricia M. 


Mostue 


588 


1,879 


Lauri Wishner 


459 


2,175 


Write-ins 







29 


Blanks 




473 


2,713 


Total 




1,520 


6,796 



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Superintendent/Principal's Report 
Lincoln Sudbury Regional High school 

2004-2005 was an historic year at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School, as it marked 
the first year in the new school that had been some six years in the planning and building. 
While there remained a large number of items that were not completed as the school year 
began, very few of them were visible to faculty or students, and thus did not compromise 
the quality of education. 

Parents, staff members, and students seem truly impressed by the design and 
functionality of the new high school. It is a bright and cheerful-feeling building, and the 
resources available to faculty members to aid in their teaching are truly wonderful. 

At the same time that L-S moved, physically, from an old school to a new school, 
tremendous care was taken to preserve the culture that has been built over decades, a 
culture in which students are treated with respect and dignity, and faculty members are 
supported in establishing close relations with students, and supported as well in their 
search for innovative teaching methods and curricular advances. It is heartening to report 
that students have responded extremely well to the move to a new school, and have been 
treating the facility itself with care and pride. 



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LINCOLN-SUDBURY REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 
TREASURER'S REPORT 
JULY 1, 2004 -JUNE 30, 2005 



Prepared by: Pauline M. Paste 
Director of Finance/Treasurer 



TOTAL CASH BALANCE JULY 1, 2004 



17,813,084.42 



DISTRICT FUND 

DISTRICT FUND CASH BALANCE JULY 1, 2004 



16,311,729.20 



RECEIPTS: 



OPERATING ACCOUNTS 




Sudbury Assessment 


14,401,683.29 


Lincoln Assessment 


2.472.545.73 


TOTAL ASSESSMENTS 




Chapter 70 


1,711,978.00 


Transportation Aid 


193.853.00 


TOTAL STATE AID 




ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS 


473,256.00 


Miscellaneous Income 


143,540.61 


Building Project Interest 


112,343.82 


FY '05 Encumbrance 


25,000.00 


Petty Cash Refund 


1,000.00 


Stabilization Fund 


8,262.13 


Tailings 


0.00 



16,874,229.02 

1,905,831.00 
473,256.00 



TOTAL SUNDRY INCOME 



290,146.56 



BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE 
BAN Premium 
Capital Project Rebates 
BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE 



59,000,000.00 
720,933.57 
114.285.00 

59,835,218.57 



59.835,218.57 



TOTAL OPERATING RECEIPTS 



79,378,681.15 



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DEDUCTION ACCOUNTS: 

Federal Withholding Tax 1 ,31 6,844.86 

MA Withholding Tax 517,654.11 

Federal Withholding Tax FICA 142,127.63 

Health Insurance 525,298.41 

MA Teachers' Retirement 978,291 .99 

Middlesex Retirement 189,430.49 

Disability Insurance 62,905.16 

Tax Sheltered Annuities 437,51 3.86 

Credit Union 328,102.48 

L-S Teachers' Association 66,635.00 

Deferred Compensation 28,914.07 

Section 125, Flexible Spending Plans 112,894.99 

Attachments 2,400.00 

United Way 0.00 

TOTAL DEDUCTION RECEIPTS 4,709,013.05 

TOTAL DISTRICT FUND RECEIPTS 84,087,694.20 

=================== 

TOTAL DISTRICT FUND INCOME 100,399,423.40 

DISBURSEMENTS: 

OPERATING ACCOUNTS 

Operating Budget 17,714,458.46 

Equipment Budget 55,482.10 

Capital Projects 0.00 

Debt Service - principal 1 ,400,000.00 

Debt Service - LT interest 760,760.01 

Debt Service - ST interest 1.077.041.10 

TOTAL BUDGET DISBURSEMENTS 21 ,007,741 .67 

BUILDING PROJECT 14,101,438.90 14,101,438.90 

BAN Redemption 54,000,000.00 54,000,000.00 

Borrowing Costs 47,636.44 47,636.44 

FY '04 Encumbrance 13,247.43 13,247.43 

PETTY CASH ADVANCE 1,000.00 1,000 00 



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DEDUCTION ACCOUNTS: 

Federal Withholding Tax 1 ,316,844.86 

MA Withholding Tax 517,654.11 

Federal Withholding Tax FICA 142,127.63 

Health Insurance 471,341.84 

MA Teachers' Retirement 978,291.99 

Middlesex County Retirement 189,430.49 

Disability Insurance 62,905.16 

Tax Sheltered Annuities 437,51 3.86 

Credit Union 328,102.48 

L-S Teachers' Association 66,635.00 

Deferred Compensation 28,914.07 

Section 125, Flexible Spending Plans 112,894.99 

Attachments 2,400.00 

United Way 0.00 

TOTAL DEDUCTION DISBURSEMENTS 4,655.056.48 

TOTAL DISTRICT FUND DISBURSEMENTS 93,826,1 20.92 



CASH BALANCE DISTRICT FUND ON JUNE 30, 2005 6,573,302.48 

STUDENT ACTIVITY FUND BALANCE ON JUNE 30, 2005 225,406.16 

CASH BALANCE REVOLVING & GRANT ACCOUNTS ON JUNE 30, 2 1,568,524.18 

TOTAL CASH BALANCE JUNE 30, 2005 8,367,232.82 



check: 0.00 



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OUTSTANDING DEBT 



Bond Anticipation Notes 

Net Interest rate: 1.7169% = due 10/07/05) 

Net Interest rate: 2.489% = due 10/07/05) 



$56,000,000.00 
$3,000,000.00 



School Bond 

(10 year, TIC: 2.981448%) 



$12,600,000.00 



EXCESS & DEFICIENCY FUND 



Cash Balance July 1 , 2004 

Approved Transfer 

Disbursements 

Cash Balance, June 30, 2005 



STABILIZATION FUND 

Voted establishment spring town meeting 1992 

Cash Balance July 1 , 2004 

FY '04 Funding 

Interest Income 

Disbursements 

Cash Balance, June 30, 2005 



MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 



Interest Income 

Interest Income - Capital Project 

FY '05 Sundry 



$304,169.50 

$76,681.87 

$0.00 

$380,851.37 



$0.00 
$433,137.79 

$0.00 
$8,262.13 

$0.00 
$441,399.92 



$121,220.39 

$112,343.82 

$22.320.22 

$255,884.43 



ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS 



Athletic User Fees 
Athletic Gate Receipts 
Activity/Intramural Fees 
Transcript Fees 
Tuition Receipts 
Building Use 
Civic Orchestra Use Fee 
Medicaid Receipts 
Parking Receipts 



$210,345.00 

$5,000.00 

$21,850.00 

$5,752.00 

$104,487.00 

$50,000 00 

$3,085.00 

$20,000.00 

$52.737.00 

$473,256.00 



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LINCOLN-SUDBURY REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 

BALANCE SHEET 

June 30, 2005 



Fleet Bank Depository 

Fleet Bank Payroll 

Unibank 

Banknorth 

Eastern Bank 

Fleet Student Account 

MMDT 

MMDT-Kirshner Artist Fund 

Boston Safe 1 

Boston Safe 2 

Boston Safe 3 



2,266,065.14 

241,899.38 

2,240,166.55 

1,099,934.60 

1,137,198.48 

225,406.16 

466,214.05 

34,117.39 

441,399.92 

391,417.51 

-176,586.36 

8,367,232.82 



Liabilities & Reserves 



GENERAL FUND 

FY 05 Encumbrance 

FY04 Encumbrance 

Surplus Revenue (Reserved for Assessments) 

Excess & Deficiency 

Stabilization Revenue 

Tailings 

Disability Insurance 

Health Insurance 

TOTAL GENERAL FUND 



25,000.00 

11,752.57 

1,590,347.74 

380,851.37 

441,399.92 

2,086.39 

3,775.94 

158,020.05 



2,613,233.98 



SPECIAL REVENUE FUND: 

Adult Education 

Athletic Gate Receipts 

Building Use 

Cafeteria 

Capital Outlay 

Circuit Breaker 

Computer Contract 

Damage to School Property 

Donations 

Fitness Center User Fees 

Kirshner Artist Fund 

Library Copy Machine 

Lost Books 

Medicaid 

Nursery School 

User Van Fees 

Summer Wellness User Fees 

Tuition 

FY '05 Safe & Drug Free Grant 

FY "05 Title I Grant 

TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUND 



24,168.91 

8,181.62 

90,466.62 

91.966.97 

25,486.33 

571,684.83 

3,003.73 

2,445.04 

75,537.74 

-1,230.48 

34,390.89 

10,632.60 

32,919.98 

46,307.73 

73,146.63 

2,850.00 

3,450.00 

268.764.00 

1,445.00 

2,385.53 



1,368,003.67 



TRUST FUND: 

Medical Claims Trust Fund 



200,520.51 



AGENCY FUND: 

Student Activity Fund 

CAPITAL PROJECT FUND: 

Capital Project Revenue 
Capital Project Premiums 
Capital Rebates 



2,620,185.26 

1,155,422.99 

184,460.25 



3,960,068.50 

8,367,232.82 

0.00 



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PLACEMENT OF LAST FIVE GRADUATING CLASSES 

Class of 2001 Class of 2002 Class of 2003 Class of 2004 Class of 2005 



Four-year college 


237 


83.5% 


244 


84.0% 


290 


89.5% 


288 


92.0% 


329 


92.7% 


Jr. and Comm. 






















College 


13 


4.6% 


13 


4.5% 


8 


2.5% 


12 


3.8% 


7 


2.0% 


Prep. Post Graduate 






















Schl. 


5 


1 .8% 


5 


2.0% 


2 


.6% 


3 


.2% 


4 


1.1% 


Spec. Tech Schools 








1 


.5% 














5 


1 .0% 


All Post Secondary 






















Education 






4 


1 .0% 














Total 


255 


89.8% 


267 


92% 


300 


92.6% 


303 


96.0% 


345 


96.8% 


Employed 


23 


8.1% 


5 


2.0% 


4 


1 .2% 


2 


.2% 


4 


1.1% 


Military 


1 


.3% 


7 


2.0% 


6 


1 .9% 








2 


1 .0% 


Miscellaneous 


5 


1 .8% 


12 


4.0% 


14 


4.3% 


12 


3.8% 


4 


1.1% 


Total 


29 


10.2% 


24 


8.0% 


24 


7.4% 


14 


4.0% 


10 


3.2% 


Total Placements 


284 


100% 


291 


100% 


324 


100% 


-317 


100% 


355 


100% 



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DISTRIBUTION OF PUPILS 



2001 



2002 



2003 



2004 



2005 



Lincoln 


182 


186 


177 


198 


210 


Sudbury 


1022 


1090 


1138 


1205 


1253 


METCO 


91 


87 


88 


89 


89 


Other Tuition/Tuition Waived 


20 


14 


15 


11 


21 



Total 



1315 



1377 



1418 



1503 



1573 



Boys 
Girls 



670 


691 


717 


752 


780 


645 


686 


701 


751 


793 



Total 



1315 



1377 



1418 



1503 



1573 



9th Grade 
10th Grade 
11th Grade 
12th Grade 

Total 

Tuition Pupils Attending 

Other 



355 


363 


383 


420 


423 


345 


361 


354 


381 


420 


322 


339 


351 


352 


380 


293 


314 


330 


350 


350 


315 


1377 


1418 


1503 


1573 


28 


22 


30 


33 


31 



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LINCOLN-SUDBURY REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES -2005- 



Joseph Kuol Acuek 
Samuel Haim Adams 
Kaitlyn Rose Adams-Lukowsky 
*Marina Agapakis 
Christopher R. Ahern 
Timothy Evan Anderson 
Nicholas Ryan Antico 
Rachel Elizabeth Antion 
Daniel Alan Asadorian 
*Christine A. Bachman 
Jacob Daniel Baldassini 
Benjamin Eliot Baltimore 
Paul Thomas Baranowsky 
Brittany Leigh Bascom 
Saam Feredoon Batmanghelidj 
Christopher John Baum 
*Sarah Elizabeth Baumgardner 
Clio Anne Beatty 
John Bradford Beebe 
Randy Matthew Bennett 
Matthew Frederick Berg 
Daniel Paul Berkowitz 
Peter M. Berman 
Anson Edward Biller 
James Hyatt Binder 
Joshua Frederick Biren 
Spencer Nietman Boege 
Sybille Nathalie Boivert 
*Erin Christine Bonney 
Sam Austin Bores 
Margo Zoe Gabriella Bossom 
Amanda Marie Bowen 
Conor P. Boyle 
Thomas Robert Boziuk 
Vivienne Lorraine Brand 
Daniel William Braun 
Kathryn Brewer 
Tamera Joyce Brooks 
*Gabriel Brooks-Harris 
*Amanda Tait Brower 
*Laura Anne Butkus 
Charles T. Butler 
Sharina Lashae Byrd 
Michael Andrew Caldara 
Jared Lamarr Cameron 
Sinjin Jay Campos 
Julia Grace Canestraro 
Robert J. Canning 



Anastasia Caras 

Amanda Michelle Casale 
Alexander Talbot Casciotti 
Renee Katherine Cebra 
Samuel Langdon Chandler 

*Hannah B. Chapel 
Alyssa Marie Charsky 
Charles Adeng Chayor 

*William K. Chen 

Armen Veruir Cholaghian 

Alexander Ky Chu 
Andrew Clark 
David Lawrence Close 
Kate Rose Colantuono 
Adam Bernard Cole 
Elizabeth Ashley Coleman 
Audrey Shea Collins 
Thomas John Contort Jr. 
Emily Katharine Connor 
Katherine-Marie von Brincken 

Conover 
Daniel Peter Cook 
Ashley Kathleen Corbett 
Elizabeth Corinne Corbett 

*Adam Thomas Cove 
Sarah Crampton 

*Michael Timothy Crowley 
Kate Lynn Curran 
Tess Gallagher Curran 
Jeffrey Robert Dale 
Kelly Kathryn Daniels 
Samuel Jordan Daniels 
Joshua Smith Deane 
Whitney Florence Deck 
Nikolas Alexander DeFilippo 
Meghan DeMeyere 
Helen Suzanne Desrochers 
Jeffrey Thomas Devine 
Danielle Regina Diarbakerly 
Hannah Bennett diCicco 
Daniel Joseph Dicker 
Sarah W. Donohue-Rolfe 
Danielle Jules Dorey 
Julia Beth Dowling 
Jacqueline Eileen Doyle 
Eric J. Driver 

*Mary Enola Duggan 



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*Lisa Marsha Duke 
Denise Renee Duval 
B. Jamal Edmond 
*Natasha Laura Eilbert 
Koby Jones Elias 
Alec Gould Ellsworth 
Gaelen Deyoe Engler 
Kathleen Elizabeth Epstein 
Kara Lynne Evancich 
Shanna Evans 
*Nancy Z. Fang 
William Esmond Fatherley 
Jason Peter Fazio 
Laura Caroline Ross Fideler 
Ben Koukalaka Foley 
Jason Frederick Forino 
Eva Louise Fowler 
Stephanie Lynn Frank 
Curtis Kimball Freedman 
David Steven Louis Friedman 
Laura Frisoli 
Brian Frye 
Julia Janina Fuchs 
*Michael Patrick Gannon 
*Sara Rose Gentile 
Alanna Deirdre Georges 
Brian Edward Gershon 
Charles Bruyette Gimber 
Daniel Joseph Giorgetti 
Stephanie Leigh Goldman 
Damon F. Govemale 
Meghan McGuire Grant 
Jennifer Marie Grasso 
Elisa Emily Guanci 
Ricardo Antolin Guity 
Claire P. Guthy 
Dina Gutsol 
Nicole Christina Haartz 
Eric E. Hagarty 
*Robert Joseph Halliday 
Erica Nicole Hankins 
Michael Christopher Harty 
Kevin Bradford Harvell 
Jan-Michael Harvey 
*Bailey Wilson Heaps 
Christine Leigh Heerwagen 
Jeffrey Thomas Higgins 
Thomas Richard Hilperts 
*Erica Lynn Hinteregger 
Mark S. Hodoian 
*Samuel James Holbert 



Laura Elizabeth Houpt 
Laura Annette Hunter 
Laura Marie Hynes 
Yana Yevgenivna Jaffe 
Hillary Jarmulowicz 
Benjamin John Jarrett 
Matthew Robert Jennings 
Erica M. Johnson 

#Kevin Francis Jones 
Billy Corkin Kaplan 
Lauren Singer Katz 
Kathryn Florentyna Kazior 
Sarah Meghan Keating 
Stephen Michael Keller 
Abigail Grace Kellogg 

*James Brendan Kelly 
Peter Kieyoung Kim 
Katharine Amanda Kindick 
Ashley Taylor Kleeman 
Lauren Marie Konopacz 
Dana Marin Kraus 

Tyler Paul Krone 

*Jaime Lam 
Robert Edward Landry 
Andrew Raymond Larsen 
Stephen Alexander Lauer 
Curtis James Lawhorn 
Benjamin Waye Lawton 
Christine Marie Lee 

*Christopher W. Lee 
Daniel Paul Legere 
Timothy R. Leggett 
James Edward Lesko IV 

*John Denali Letizi 
Aaron Carlos Levine 
Alison Beth Levine 
Jacob Frederick Levinson 
Nora Marissa Lewitus 
Alexander Martin Lieblein 

*Nanxi Ling 
Hilary Lockhart 
Michael Nicolo Lombardo 
Robert MacNamera Loomis 
Janelle Marie Lopez 
Robert Dorr Lowry II 
James Patrick Lynch 
John Scott MacKinnon III 
Christopher Michael MacLeish 
Melissa Ann MacPhee 
Eva Maloney 
Christopher James Mandonas 



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Nalini I. Margaitis 

Alexandra Eileen Martin 

Alyssa Cathryn Martino 

Christopher Lee Matlick 

Patrick Jeremiah McCarthy 
"William Gerald McElroy III 

Stephanie Anne McGrath 

Caitlin Marie McMahon 

Sean Patrick McManus 

Matthew William McMullen 
*Ashley Margaret McQuillin 

Chelsea Maria Medvedeff 

Emily Mele 

Laura Anita Messinger 

Elianna Sarah Miller 

Scott Francis Milley 
*Brian Joseph Moore 
Jonathan M. Mueller 

Amanda M. Mullin 

Kandace Lucille Rose Nadelberg 

Moreen Namawejje 

Matthew Gardiner Natoli 

Christopher Ryan Nelson 

Rachel Anne Neurath 

Leek Peter Nhiany 

Sara Lynn Nicholson 

Sean Alexander Noble 

Andrew Glenn Noland 

Nick Noyes 

Owen James O'Connor 

Corey Christopher Owens 

Kereisha A. Owens 

Joshua Jouse Pacheco 

Benjamin Garrett Page 

Krista Marie Panetta 

Elizabeth Charlotte Peirce 

Christina Lauren Pello 
"Christine Lynn Pennington 
*Andrew Jay Pheifer 

Samantha Elizabeth Pike 

Mariana Guimaraes Pimenta 

Alanna N. Pithis 

Ashley Mariah Piatt 

Andrea H. Poldoian 

Katelyn Elizabeth Porter 

Amber Edith Postell Reynolds 

Harrison C. Precourt 

Joshua R. Prince 

John Lemos Pringle 

Eric John Procopio 

William James Purcell 



Yakov Rabinovich 

Nicholas Scott Rahall 

Rachael Lynn Ralby 

Mary Elizabeth Rando 
*Lauren Elizabeth Rees 

Esau Mansa Reid 

Erica Melissa Reiner 

Jordan Elizabeth Rice 

Andrew John Richard 

Scott Paul Richard 

Jacqueline Nicole Risser 
Andrew Maxton Rocklage 

Justin Patrick Rodis 

Erica Roper 

Craig James Rozelle 

Mallory Anne Ruymann 

Jessica W. Ryan 
Amy Elizabeth Saint 
*Paige Kristin Salvia 
*lan Frederick Sanders-Fleming 

Julie Lynne Sandler 

Christopher Roy Sanford 

Shanell Shauntae Saunders 

George Scott Sauter 

Alessandra Julia Sax 

Molly Helen Schultz 

Alexander Anderson Schwartz 

Jon Sege 

Julie Anne Sesnovich 

Allison Rose Shapanka 

Mark Andrew Shaw Jr. 

Zachary Raymond Sheingold 

Noah Michael Shifman 

Simon Shnapir 
*Samantha Howell Shorten 

Kyle Phillips Swan Shulman 

Erin Elizabeth Sidorchuk 

Rachel J. Sillman 

Brooke C. Simon 
*Adam Lorber Siskin 

Andrew Buehrle Smith 

Emily R. Smith 

Matthew Smith 

Paul Albert Cunanan Soliman 

Joy Marie Somers 

Cristina Mota Sousa 

Jennifer Sarah Spatola 
*Michela M. Stager 

Brenton James Staniar 
"Nicholas J. Stanton 



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James Herlihy Starr *Cum Laude Society 

Alexandra Joy Sternburg #Honors in History 

Thomas John Stevenson 

Gianna Davette Stewart 

Justin Tyler Stewart 

Gregory Phillip Stiegel 

Timothy A. Stoll 

Emily Rebecka Stone 

Naomi Stone 

Stacy Elyse Strait 

Jacqueline Grace Sullivan 

Kelly Elizabeth Sullivan 
*Dana Lauren Swartz 

J. Ian Taylor 
*Rebecca Hyers Taylor 

Jeffrey David Teig 
*Samuel Thomas 

Michael Terence Toran 

Julie Lynn Triba 

Owen Michael Tryder 

Bradley King Tunis 

Ashley Christina Turner 
*Svetlana Turova 
Nathan Ungerleider 

Alyssa Lynn Vecchione 

Michael Paul Vernacchio 
*Anjuli Dawn Wagner 

Daniel H. Wald 

Thomas Robert Waldron 
Monica Alexandra Walker 

Kristen Elizabeth Walls 

Ashley S. Walsh 

Yun Wang 
*Brandon Joseph Ward 

Gene Anthony Washington 
*Sarah Lorraine Westbrook 

Gregory Scott White 

James Anthony Wilkinson 

Jamel Keith Wilson 

Claire Kathleen 

Winchell- Manning 

Caroline M. Wise 

Julie Ann Wood 
*Rachael Allison Wyant 

David Richard Wylen 
Christopher Michael 

Young-Zawada 
Deron John Zambruno 



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LINCOLN-SUDBURY SCHOLARSHIP FUND 



Al Cappelloni 
Hal Chapel 
Tom Danko 
Kate Donaldson 
Nancy Donaldson 
Cynthia English 
Julie Goodman 
Maria Hylton 
Susan Ingard 
Maya Kahn-Woods 
Shoshi Kahn-Woods 
Ann Kramer 
Kevin Mooney 
Louise Noce 
Leslie O'Bray 
Pauline O'Bray 
Dan Ollquist 
John Ollquist 
Ron Reder 
John Ritchie 
Bettie Rose 
Betty Smith 
Abby Tatkow 
Helene Tatkow 
Jeff Moore 



Sudbury, Treasurer 
Sudbury 
LSRHS Teacher 
Student Rep 
Lincoln 

LSRHS Teacher 
Student Rep 
Lincoln 
Lincoln 
Student Rep 
LSRHS Teacher 
LSRHS Teacher 
Lincoln 
Sudbury 
Student Rep 
Sudbury 
Student Rep 
Sudbury 
Sudbury 

LSRHS Principal/Superintendent 
Sudbury, Executive Director 
Lincoln 
Student Rep 
Sudbury 
Sudbury, President 



The Lincoln-Sudbury Scholarship Fund (LSSF) was established when Lily 
Spooner, the business manager of the high school, retired. She requested that any gifts in 
her honor be used to provide higher education scholarships for Lincoln-Sudbury Regional 
High School graduates. A fund drive was initiated and the scholarship fund was 
established. Money was raised annually through direct mail solicitation to Lincoln and 
Sudbury residents and also at Spring Thing, a since-discontinued carnival on the grounds 
of the high school. 

In the fall of 1987, the LSSF endowment stood at $150,000 and the committee, 
concerned about the rising cost of a college education, launched a capital drive to 
substantially increase the size of the fund. Also at that time, the LSSF Phonathon began, 
and the LSSF became a separate, non-profit corporation. The capital campaign raised 
over $200,000, and the accompanying publicity prompted the late An Wang of Lincoln to 
establish the An Wang Scholar Awards. Ten awards totaling $200,000 were made before 
Dr. Wang's untimely death. Another benefactor, the Sudbury Foundation, provided 
$250,000 by matching individual contributions that were pledged during the five 
phonathons from 1991 to 1995. 

Today the endowment has passed $2 million, and our goal is to actively continue 
to grow it. These additional funds will enable us to increase scholarships, since the need 
for financial help for students continues to grow in our communities. 



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In late 1999, the LSSF was the recipient of an anonymous $100,000 donation to 
fund "Creating Possibilities" scholarships. According to the wishes of the donor, these 
scholarships were granted to students based mainly on financial need. After awarding 
$70,000 dollars to 



eight deserving students in 2000, the fund disbursed an additional $15,000 to two L-S 
graduates in 2001 and 2002. The last of this money was awarded in 2003, but additional 
donations in 2004 and 2005 enabled the fund to award $18,000 in 2004 and $30,000 in 
2005. 

The LSSF Selection Committee awarded almost $189,000 in scholarships to 54 
members of the Lincoln-Sudbury Class of 2005. Awards totaling $128,000 were made 
possible from contributions and investment income from the endowment, $30,000 came 
from the "Creating Possibilities" funds, and $30,800 was underwritten by various 
corporate, governmental, and family contributors. 

LSSF awards four types of scholarships: memorial, fund, merit, and 
administered. The donor establishes the selection criteria for memorial awards. For 
example, the Chey Jones Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a graduating senior 
pursuing studies in the performing arts. Fund scholarships are awarded based on a 
formula of 40% financial need, 40% academic achievement, and 20% community 
service/athletics. There is currently one $4,000 merit scholarship awarded annually by the 
LSSF Selection Committee. The recipient must be in the top 10% of the graduating class 
and submit the winning written essay in a judged competition. The Committee also selects 
recipients for scholarships administered by the LSSF, with funds and selection criteria 
provided by the sponsor. 

Lincoln-Sudbury Scholarship Fund Scholarships (Total Awarded $74,000) 

Tamera Brooks 

Gene Washington 

Joseph Acuek 

Sybille Boivert 

Katherine Conover 

Jaime Lam 

Robert Landry 

Elianna Miller 

Ashley Piatt 

Shanell Saunders 

Kristen Walls 

Deron Zambruno 

Elizabeth Corbett 

Sarah Westbrook (Merit Scholarship) 

Lincoln-Sudbury Scholarship Fund Memorial Scholarships 
(Total Awarded $54,000) 

Rebecca Taylor Bramwell B. Arnold Memorial Science Award 

Yanna Jaffe Sheryl Dakss Memorial Scholarship 

Rachael Wyant Malcolm L. and Eleanor L. Donaldson Scholarship 
Maureen Namanejje George H. Fernald Jr. Memorial Scholarship 



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Sarah Baumgardner 
Kevin Jones 
Erica Roper 
Gene Washington 
Laureen Rees 
Margo Bossom 

Justin Stewart 
Scott Richard 
Kereisha Owens 
Spencer Boege 
Audrey Collins 
Adam Cole 



Frank Heys Memorial Scholarship 
John R. Kirshner Memorial History Essay Prize 
Virginia K Kirshner Memorial Scholarship 
L-S METCO Parents Organization Merit Scholarship 
Edward J. McCarthy Memorial Scholarship 
MLK Action Project / Hilary Shedd Social Justice 

Scholarship 
Henry M. Morgan Community Service Scholarship 
Steven Edward Richard Memorial Scholarship 
Lily T. Spooner Memorial Scholarship 
Sudbury Foundation Scholarship 
Robert Wentworth Memorial Scholarship 
John K. Wirzburger Memorial Scholarship 



Lincoln-Sudbury Scholarship Fund -Administered Scholarships 
(Total Awarded $30,800) 



Stacy Strait 
Mary Caras 
William Chen 
Kelly Daniels 
Hillary Jarmulowicz 
Michael Lombardo 
Nancy Fang 
Christine Bachman 
Sam Bores 
Molly Schultz 
Brian Frye 
Simon Shnapir 
Nicole Haartz 
Paige Salvia 
Julie Triba 
Joshua Prince 
Brian Gershon 
Adam Cole 
Christopher Baum 
Joshua Deane 
Claire Guthy 
Matthew Natoli 
Cristina Sousa 



Club Z In-Home Tutoring Scholarship 
Ruth R. Corkin Memorial Art Scholarship 
Ruth R. Corkin Memorial Music Scholarship 
Newton Prouty DeNormandie Scholarship 
Paul F. Hill Memorial Scholarship 
Paul F. Hill Memorial Scholarship 
Ravi Shankar Hoskere Memorial Scholarship 
Chey Jones Memorial Scholarship 
MassPort Scholarship 
Middlesex Savings Bank Scholarship 
My Best Friend's Sister, the Scholarship for Kerri Tellis 
Andrew Graham Narcus Memorial Scholarship 
Frank Pirello Sr. Memorial Scholarship 
Frank Pirello Sr. Memorial Scholarship 
Ambika Ramachandra Foundation Scholarship 
Sudbury Newcomers Club Scholarships 
Sudbury Newcomers Club Scholarships 
Sudbury Pop Warner Scholarship 
Sudbury Swim Team Scholarship 
Wayland Business Association Scholarship 
Wayland Business Association Scholarship 
Wayland Business Association Scholarship 
Wingate of Sudbury Scholarship 



Creating Possibilities Scholarships 
(Total Awarded $30,000) 

Charles Chayor 
Joseph Acuek 
Peter Nhiany 
Julie Wood 



153 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

152 LINCOLN ROAD LLC 

79 WINTER STREET LLC / 

ABEDIAN BEHROUZ /ABEDIAN NASRIN ROHANI 

ABELE BRADFORD L TR / ABELE ROSEMARY M TR 

ABELL SCOTT A 

ABRAMS GEORGE S TR / TWIN POND TRUST 

ABRAMS GEORGE S TR / TWIN POND TRUST 

ABRAMS GEORGE S TR / TWIN POND TRUST 

ABRAMS NANCY 

ABRAMS RICHARD B MILLER TR / LJS REALTY TRUST 

ABRAMS RICHARD B MILLER TR / LJS REALTY TRUST 

ABRASHKIN DIANA C A 

ACCOLA TERESA LEIGH / NEWMARK BRIAN E 

ACHESON ANDREW / ACHESON DIANA 

ACKERMAN DAVID / ACKERMAN KATE 

ACKLEY WALLACE E / ACKLEY ETHEL G 

ADAMS F DOUGLAS / ADAMS PATRICIA 

ADAMS F DOUGLAS / 

ADAMS GEORGE H / ADAMS VELDA 

ADAMS JOHN TR / ADAMS PETER TR 

ADAMS PATRICIA J / ADAMS JOHN 

ADAMS PETER B TR / ADAMS SHARON P TR 

ADAMS RAMELLE F 

ADLER IVY RUTH TR / ADLER BRUCE W TR 

ADLER IVY RUTH TR / ADLER BRUCE W TR 

ADLER IVY RUTH TR / ADLER BRUCE W TR 

AHERNMARKW / 

AHMED SHIHAB U / AHMED MARLENE MAJOR 

ALAMSHAPOUR / 

ALDEN DONALD F / ALDEN GAIL C 

ALDEN SABRA D / ALDEN JAMES M 

ALEXANDER RAND L / ALEXANDER CHERYL NAAS 

ALLEN DOROTHY M TR / DOROTHY M ALLEN LIVING TRUST 

ALLEN STEPHEN A III 

ALLISON GEOFFREY P / ALLISON LESLEY M 

ALLISON JOHN R / ALLISON MARION S 

ALTHAUSEN ALEX F / ALTHAUSEN EMILY DL 

ALTMAN JULIA G / ALTMAN SYLVIA I 

ALTSHULER GREGORY B / ALTSHULER NATASHA 

AMES JAMES B / AMES SUZANNAH C 

AMMEN JONATHAN B / AMMEN HEATHER B CHATFIELD 

ANDERSON GARY T / EASTON ALLISON K 

ANDERSON MARIAN E 

ANDERSON MICHAEL J / ANDERSON ELIZA S 

ANDONIAN SAMUEL J / ANDONIAN JENNIFER L 

ANDRE REBECCA W / ANDRE DAVID L 



152 


LINCOLN RD 


1833100 


79 


WINTER ST 


2616300 


16 


ACORN LN 


811100 


11 


MINEBROOK RD 


1031400 


9 


GARLAND RD 


1642800 


4 


TWIN POND LN 


2717600 





TWIN POND LN 


659300 





TWIN POND LN 


578300 


116 


LINCOLN RD 


575200 


71 


WESTON RD 


2342000 


69 


WESTON RD 


1765900 


181 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


438200 


49 


WINTER ST 


631600 


47 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1194300 


41 


FARRAR RD 


800600 





ROUND HILL RD 


1000 


19 


GRANVILLE RD 


923800 





BAKER FARM 


98800 


191 


TOWER RD 


952100 





BAKER FARM 


127900 


39 


TABOR HILL RD 


3011200 


39 


BAKER FARM 


907100 


86 


CODMAN RD 


809300 





HUCKLEBERRY HL 


6800 


44 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1198000 





HUCKLEBERRY HL 


23400 


5 


SHORT HILL RD 


815800 


59 


OXBOW RD 


597800 


11 


BROOKS HL 


1050100 


240 


CONCORD RD 


693100 


6 


BROOKS HL 


1268000 


54 


BEDFORD RD 


2651800 


233 


ASPEN CR 


528800 


54 


TODD POND RD 


402700 


75 


CONANT RD 


1174600 


244 


ASPEN CR 


438500 


6 


WOODCOCK LN 


1110700 


5 


BOYCE FARM RD 


1038600 


17 


CERULEAN WY 


1433900 


12 


BROWNING LN 


1252800 


64 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1345500 


31 


LAUREL DR 


1003700 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


375300 


122 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1170400 


34 


GARLAND RD 


1802000 


286 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


2189900 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

ANDREWS FRANCIS S / ANDREWS DOROTHY W 

ANDRYSIAK CHRISTOPHER C TR / ANDRYSIAK SARAH D TR 

ANDRYSIAK CHRISTOPHER C TR / ANDRYSIAK SARAH D TR 

ANSIN ROBERT D 

ANTIA ROBERT B / 

ANTIA ROBERT B / ANTIA SHARON K 

ANTIA ROBERT B / ANTIA SHARON K 

ANTIA ROBERT B / ANTIA SHARON K 

APPELL JANE TR / TORY REALTY TRUST 

APPLEYARD NORMAN JR TR / APPLEYARD LILLIAN T TR 

APRILLE THOMAS J JR / 

APSLER ROBERT / APSLER JACQUELINE 

ARANOW PHILIP / HULIHAN DEBORAH M 

ARCAND EUGENE J JR / DIGIOVANNI RITA J 

ARMSTRONG JOANNE W 

ARNOLD JOHN H / ARNOLD LUCY W 

ARNOLD WARREN H / ARNOLD BARBARA H 

ARSENEAULT PATRICIA G 

ARSHAD GULREZ / ARSHAD SARA C 

ARSHAD SARA C 

ART SUZANNE /ART ROBERT J 

ARTHUR DOGAN W / ARTHUR LORETTA 

ARTHUR LORETTA 

ASADA HARUHIKO / ASADA KUMIKO 

ASADORIAN ALAN A / HAGOPIAN ASADORIAN MELANIE 

ATKINS JOHN J /ATKINS JAMIE NIELSEN 

ATKINS THOMAS L / ATKINS SHARON A 

ATLAS STEPHEN D / WILKERSON ROBIN E 

AZRACK JOSEPH F / AZRACK ABIGAIL CONGDON 

BABROUDI IDA / BABROUDI KAJAZ 

BAER LISA / KUTENPLON STEPHEN 

BAIRD GORDON P / BAIRD SARAH F 

BALDWIN JACQUELINE L 

BALOGH KAROLY / BALOGH JUDITH 

BALTAY MICHAEL M / BALTAY MICHELLE M 

BALTZ RICHARD H 

BANERJI JULIAN / BANERJI LAURA OLSON 

BANKS JAMIE L 

BARBIASZ MARY ELLEN 

BARBO A DENNIS TR / MBA REALTY TRUST 

BARDSLEY THEODORE J 

BARGMANN JOEL D / BARGMANN CAROLYN H 

BARKAS MARY ANN / GREGORY JAY S 

BARMAKIAN NORMA D / BARMAKIAN FRANK Z 

BARNES MICHAEL R / BARNES ELISABETH 

BARRIE J SCOTT / BARRIE AMY R 



22 


TABOR HILL RD 


1216200 


33 


TOWER RD 


956800 


33 


TOWER RD 


27200 


75 


PAGE RD 


2618200 





WESTON RD 


21500 


191 


WESTON RD 


1334700 





WESTON RD 


185700 





WESTON RD 


224600 


56 


WINTER ST 


2109100 


333 


HEMLOCK CR 


507000 


276 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


384800 


84 


MILL ST 


1187600 


12 


LAUREL DR 


968100 


27 


WHEELER RD 


1556800 


141 


WESTON RD 


1900200 


48 


TOWER RD 


1170500 


3 


BLUEBERRY LN 


841200 


2A 


NORTH COMMONS 


120000 


160 


OLD COUNTY RD 


2830200 


12 


WESTON RD 


1695800 


155 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


648700 


16 


TABOR HILL RD 


975100 


10 


TABOR HILL RD 


596800 


147 


OLD COUNTY RD 


1411100 


36 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


726300 


8 


UPLAND FIELD RD 


1045600 


3 


CERULEAN WY 


1534400 


31 


OLD WINTER ST 


791400 


19 


BEDFORD RD 


2973600 


154 


LEXINGTON RD 


851500 


31 


STONEHEDGE 


902700 


331 


HEMLOCK CR 


490300 


212 


ASPEN CR 


410800 


10 


WOODS END RD 


963400 


14 


SILVER BIRCH LN 


780000 


115 


CHESTNUT CR 


528700 


37 


LINCOLN RD 


978600 


154 


LINCOLN RD 


1058800 


8D 


NORTH COMMONS 


130000 


15 


DEER RUN RD 


1931700 


132 


WESTON RD 


451500 


4 


CEDAR RD 


908500 


46 


BYPASS RD 


562600 


11 


FARRAR RD 


1386800 


26 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


597300 


5 


GRANVILLE RD 


1742100 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

BARRY ANNE B / GREENBAUM DANIEL W 

BARRY LOUISE E 

BARTLEY PAUL F / BARTLEY DAWN C 

BASSETT KENNETH E / LORENZ MARY HELEN 

BATTEN GEORGIANA R 

BAYLIES WINTHROP A / BAYLIES MARY JANE 

BEAL THOMAS P JR / BEAL BARBARA B 

BEARD ANDREW D / BEARD SUSAN S 

BEATTY THOMAS L JR / HOUBART SYLVIE S 

BEAUDRY FLORENCE B / BEAUDRY ROBERT E 

BECKER CAROL / 

BEDELL MARY B / ROBINSON JOHN D 

BEECHER MYRNA J 

BEENHOUWER OWEN TR / OLD WINTER STREET 8 

BEEREL GUSTAV / BEEREL NICOLETTE 

BELANGER MICHAEL P / BELANGER GISA E 

BELGE MATTHEW / ROBBAT MARY ANN 

BELL ROGER A / WEINSTEIN BARBARA G 

BELLINI JOSEPH M / BELLINI MARY D 

BENCAL CYNTHIA E 

BENDER LAURENCE H / BENDER RUTH 

BENNETT ANDREW / SHAMONSKY DOROTHY 

BENNETT JEFFREY S / BENNETT TRACEY A 

BENSON ANN D 

BENTON EVRETT W / BENTON CHERYL 

BENTON EVRETT W / BENTON CHERYL 

BENTON STEPHEN A / BENTON JEANNE L 

BERGEN ROGER VD / BERGEN SUSAN J 

BERGER PATRICIA WOLCOTT / 

BERGERON LOUISE 

BERLOWITZ DAN R / GREEN BETTY L 

BERMAN DIANE B / COHEN DONALD H 

BERNARD CLARK L / BERNARD SUSANA R 

BERNSTEIN MELVIN H / RIGSBY LAURA N 

BERRY GEORGE W / BERRY ROBERTA E 

BERRY GEORGE W TR / BERRY ROBERTA E TR 

BERRY GEORGE W TR / BERRY ROBERTA E TR 

BIBBO ROBERT / BIBBO ANN MARIE 

BIBRING GEORGE L / BIBRING MARCIA G 

BIDDLE CHRISTOPHER W / BIDDLE MARGARET W 

BIENFANG DON C / BIENFANG DENISE R 

BIGELOW MARK BLAIR / BIGELOW KATHRYN W 

BIKALES NORMAN / BIKALES ANN B 

BILLINGS DESPENA / BILLINGS THOMAS P 

BILLINGS SARAH W TR / DILL DEBRA L TR 

BILLMAN GENEVA M TR / ROOP WILLIAM R III TR 



216 


ASPEN CR 


454400 


9B 


SOUTH COMMONS 


200900 


32 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


547200 


37 


PAGE RD 


1714500 


362 


HEMLOCK CR 


438900 


60 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


710100 


66 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


645500 


32 


FARRAR RD 


765100 


36 


TOWER RD 


1174700 


39 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


552700 


58 


TODD POND RD 


416100 


30 


LAUREL DR 


888300 


20 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


590100 


REALTY TR 8 


OLD WINTER ST 


928000 


25 


RED RAIL FARM 


1295900 


157 


BEDFORD RD 


513200 


8 


MILL STREET EX 


923800 


15 


PINE RIDGE RD 


731600 


18 


CERULEAN WY 


2670700 


5C 


SOUTH COMMONS 


357000 


20 


DEER RUN RD 


1142400 


10 


BEDFORD LN 


528800 


88 


WINTER ST 


2075000 


4 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


520900 


16 


BYPASS RD 


719700 





BYPASS RD 


507400 


319 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


734800 


20 


MACKINTOSH LN 


1739700 


245 


ASPEN CR 


446900 


244 


LINCOLN RD 


768100 


121 


OLD COUNTY RD 


1112800 


7 


UPLAND FIELD RD 


863300 


21 


TWIN POND LN 


1567500 


24 


GREENRIDGE LN 


436700 


133 


WESTON RD 


7036500 


131 


WESTON RD 


3164000 





WESTON RD 


118100 


4 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


1024000 


168 


BEDFORD RD 


537400 


2 


WINCHELSEA LN 


472600 


2 


TABOR HILL RD 


1103500 


17 


GRASSHOPPER LN 


958300 


4 


HAWK HILL RD 


1550800 


110 


LINCOLN RD 


950100 





JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


354300 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


403800 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1 , 2005 

BINDER STEPHEN E / ESTES KRIS R 

BINDER STEPHEN E / ESTES KRIS R 

BIRMINGHAM JAMES G / BIRMINGHAM CAROLYN 

BISHOP PHYLLIS M TR / BISHOP PHYLLIS M REALTY TRUST 

BISHOP SARAH R 

BJORK ALBION P TR / BJORK ELIZABETH D TR 

BLACK THOMAS E / BLACK NANCY E 

BLACKLER PETER / BLACKLER LINDSAY S 

BLACKLOW PETER D / BLACKLOW HALEY C 

BLACKLOW ROBERT S / BLACKLOW WINIFRED Y 

BLAIR JOSEPH M 

BLAIR JOSEPH TR / CLARENCE BLAIR REALTY TRUST 

BLAKELEY GERALD W III / BLAKELEY LUCY 

BLANC JULIE LYNCH TR / BLANC FAMILY TR REVOCABLE TR 

BLICKMAN JOHAN G / SADOSKI CORINNE E 

BLOOD BERNARD E / BLOOD DIANA B 

BLUMENSTEIN IAN B / 

BOCKOVEN DOROTHY R TR / DOROTHY R BOCKOVEN TRUST 

BOECKMAN DUNNE CAROLINE / 

BOGNER WALTER P / 

BOLITAS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP / 

BOLITAS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP / 

BOND ROGER B / 

BOOTH ALICE BURRAGE / BOOTH WILLIAM N EXECUTOR 

BOOTH ALICE BURRAGE / BOOTH WILLIAM N EXECUTOR 

BOOTH ROBERT H TR / DUCK POND TRUST 

BOOTH WILLIAM N TR / BOOTH ANNE TR 

BOOTH WILLIAM N TR / BOOTH ANNE TR 

BOQUIST WALLACE P /TIC 

BOQUIST WALLACE P /TIC 

BORDIUK JOHN / MONTORI STACI 

BORES STEPHEN M / LITURI KATHY M 

BORIS CAROL / 

BORNSTEIN TIM / BRONSTEIN ERICA 

BOSSOM JACK E / BOSSOM JOYCE E 

BOSTON & MAINE CORP 

BOSTON EDISON COMPANY / REAL ESTATE & PROPERTY TAXE 

BOWLES LOUISE / C/O BOWLES ALLEN M 

BOWMAN BEVERLY TOMASIC TR / BOWMAN REALTY TRUST I 

BOYCE JOSEPH S 

BOYCE MANLEY B / BOYCE KAREN K 

BOYCE MANLEY B II 

BOYCE MARY ALICE TR / BLUE CORSICA REALTY TRUST 

BOYER JOHN H / BOYER MARGARET A 

BOYLE DONALD J / BOYLE JUDITH M 

BOYNTON DANIEL C / BOYNTON JANET K 






BEAVER POND RD 


4200 


36 


BEAVER POND RD 


2829100 


7 


TODD POND RD 


1214100 


142 


CHESTNUT CR 


441800 


6 


BLUEBERRY LN 


1126700 


104 


TOWER RD 


817700 


26 


STOREY DR 


1097500 


86 


CONANT RD 


695100 


5 


GRASSHOPPER LN 


850900 


16 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


630200 


248 


LINCOLN RD 


668200 


94 


CODMAN RD 


665800 


179 


SANDY POND RD 


1764400 


5B 


SOUTH COMMONS 


115300 


43 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1396400 


104 


LINCOLN RD 


880600 


11 


STRATFORD WY 


2488000 


179 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


840300 


147 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


948800 


9 


WOODS END RD 


1180000 


12 


SILVER HILL RD 


575600 





SILVER HILL RD 


31700 


138 


WESTON RD 


722800 





OLD CONCORD RD 


109700 





OLD CONCORD RD 


7400 





OLD CONCORD RD 


699100 


145 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1624500 





OLD CONCORD RD 


2100 


247 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1027200 


241 


OLD CONCORD RD 


698051 


84 


CODMAN RD 


934900 


323 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


652700 


312 


HEMLOCK CR 


408900 


58 


BEAVER POND RD 


1216500 


21 


GREENRIDGE LN 


386200 





CONCORD RD 


61200 





TOWER RD 


690800 


114 


LEXINGTON RD 


611400 


22 


GOOSE POND RD 


1251700 


256 


LINCOLN RD 


755900 


31 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


1138700 


28 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


509400 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


386700 


22 


TODD POND RD 


1085100 


46 


GREENRIDGE LN 


401100 


34 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


458100 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

BRAASCH JOHN W / BRAASCH NANCY K 

BRADEN JOHN L / FABIO BRADEN DIANNE 

BRADFORD MARK A TR / BRADFORD NOMINEE TRUST 

BRADLEE SANDRA 

BRADLEE SANDRA N / 

BRADLEY CLIFFORD 

BRADLEY GUY A 

BRAIN J WALTER / BRAIN PATRICIA L 

BRAINARD PATRICIA W / LONG SHEILA D 

BRAITHWAITE VICKI M / 

BRAND STEPHEN JAMES TR / BLANDYNA TERESA WILLIAMS 

BRANDT JOHN H / BRANDT MARILYN R 

BRANNEN BARBARA A 

BRAUN DIANE K / BRAUN PETER 

BRAY THOMAS P / MICU LINDA 

BRAY THOMAS P / MICU LINDA M 

BRAY THOMAS P TR / MICU LINDA M TR 

BREITER CHRISTINA REILING / BREITER HANS C R 

BREITER CHRISTINA REILING / BREITER HANS C R 

BRENNAN MICHEL W / BRENNAN DOROTHY YU 

BRENNAN WILLIAM L / BRENNAN ELEANOR A 

BRENNINKMEYER GABRIELLE 

BRESLIN FRANK J / CARNEY PATRICIA J 

BRESNAHAN MICHAEL H / BRESNAHAN MARIA V 

BREWER GLEN A III / BREWER DONNA S 

BRIEDIS JOHNTR / BRIEDIS IRENE TR 

BRIEDIS JOHN TR / IVY REALTY TRUST 

BRIEDIS JOHN TR / IVY REALTY TRUST 

BRIEDIS JOHN TR / IVY REALTY TRUST 

BRIEDIS JOHN TR / IVY REALTY TRUST 

BRIEDIS JOHN TR / IVY REALTY TRUST 

BRIGGS DAVID L / BRIGGS ELAINE M 

BRIGGS RANDAL L 

BROBECK KATHERINE KNOX / 

BROBECK KATHERINE KNOX / 

BROCKELMAN WEBSTER BJR / BROCKELMAN JENNIE L 

BRODNEY LAWRENCE G TR / BRODNEY MYRA Z TR 

BRODNEY LAWRENCE G TR / BRODNEY MYRA Z TR 

BRODRICK RONALD F / BRODRICK ELIZABETH W 

BROGLIO HEATHER STARK / BROGLIO MICHAEL D 

BRONSON FRANKLIN C / BRONSON CATHERINE M 

BROOKS MELISSA M / ZAKARIAN ROBERT A 

BROOKS PHANWADEE L 

BROOKS RODNEY A / 

BROWER HOWARD S 

BROWN HERBERT L 



25 


PAGE RD 


1083900 


267 


CONCORD RD 


1105700 


5 


CEDAR RD 


686600 





OLD CONCORD RD 


3800 


259 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1908900 


80 


TOWER RD 


469100 


60 


MILL ST 


4286800 


255 


CONCORD RD 


380900 


8 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


449200 


42C 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


123000 


TR161 


BEDFORD RD 


664800 


131 


OLD COUNTY RD 


797000 


14 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1138500 


16 


TRAPELO RD 


1387600 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


130000 


148 


LINCOLN RD 


596700 


15 


BYPASS RD 


446200 


10 


REILING POND RD 


1210600 





REILING POND RD 


76900 


138 


TOWER RD 


803000 


34 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


633700 


146 


SANDY POND RD 


3722000 


4 


WINCHELSEA LN 


1265400 


145 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1456500 


11 


FOX RUN RD 


1050300 


27 


CANAAN DR 


2659900 





CANAAN DR 


227000 





CANAAN DR 


47600 





CANAAN DR 


41000 





CANAAN DR 


278800 





CANAAN DR 


48400 


16 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1377900 


31 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


584300 





RED RAIL FARM 


22800 


26 


RED RAIL FARM 


594000 


15 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


644900 


10 


HUNTLEY LN 


592600 


12 


OAK MEADOW 


1084500 





OLD SUDBURY RD 


2200 


17R 


SOUTH COMMONS 


453200 


180 


WESTON RD 


731300 


34 


ROUND HILL RD 


2039900 


30 


DEERHAVEN RD 


760400 


31 


HILLSIDE RD 


907300 


12 


WOODS END RD 


1496800 


44 


PAGE RD 


883100 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

BROWN MICHAEL G / GOLDSMITH ELIZABETH 

BROWN STEPHEN D / BROWN SARA R 

BROWN STEPHEN M / GARBOSE BROWN SUSAN B 

BROWN STEPHEN M / GARBOSE BROWN SUSAN B 

BROWN STEPHEN M / GARBOSE BROWN SUSAN B 

BROWN STEPHEN M / GARBOSE BROWN SUSAN B 

BROWNE GILES C TR / BROWNE FIORE TRUST NO 1 

BROWNE GILES C TR / BROWNE FIORE TRUST NO 1 

BRUMME PETER E / BRUMME MARIE C 

BRUMME PETER E / BRUMME MARIE C 

BRUNO CHERILYN A 

BUCHAN BARBARA C TR / 162 BEDFORD RD NOM RE TRUST 

BUCKLAND EUNICE L CHEN TR / BUCKLAND ARTHUR R TR 

BUCKLER MARILYN L TR / BUCKLER INVESTMENT TRUST 

BUCKLEY ELAINE T / 

BUELL LAWRENCE I / BUELL PHYLLIS K 

BUONOPANE PAUL J / BUONOPANE MARY 

BURCKETT-PICKER JENIFER 

BURGEL JOSHUA JAMES / SCOPINICH KRISTEN GAIL 

BURK PRESCOTT R / BURK LUCINDA F 

BURKE THOMAS F / BURKE KATHLEEN A 

BURKE WALTER J JR TR / SACRED HEART HOUSE TRUST 

BURNHAM M ELAINE 

BURNS CHRISTOPHER E / BURNS PATRICIA P 

BURSAW CHRISTOPHER O / BURSAW MARIA TATIS 

BURT ALAND / 

BURT WILLIAM F TR / BURT DONNA G TR 

BUSCHMAN STEVEN / STULER TERRI A 

BUTTWIN WILLIAM G / GRASSI ANITA MARIE 

BUZANIS CHARLES T / ANANIA CAROL A 

BUZNEY SHELDON / BUZNEY JANE 

BYE WILLIS E / BYE ANGELA H 

BYRNE BRIAN A / BYRNE JULIE 

BYRNE BRIAN A / BYRNE JULIE 

BYRNE BRIAN A / BYRNE JULIE 

BYRNES MARGARET A 

CABLE PATRICIA S / 

CADOGAN CAROL / 

CAFFERKY WILLIAM T / 

CAIRNS SMITH SARAH J / CHRISTENFELD TIMOTHY H T 

CALDWELL JOHN T / MINER JULIA H 

CALHOUN ANNEMARIE 

CALITRI LEON K / CALITRI MARY KD 

CAMBI ADALGISA G / ENSELCO NOMINEE TRUST 

CAMPANELLO RUSSELL J / YEATS BETSEY J 

CAMPBELL BRUCE D / GROTZER TINA A 



4 


HAWTHORNE CR 


984100 


24 


TOWER RD 


987000 


12 


HAWK HILL RD 


1680500 





HAWK HILL RD 


1100 





HAWK HILL RD 


57200 





HAWK HILL RD 


33000 


11 


TRAPELO RD 


1035000 





TRAPELO RD 


21500 


4 


OAK MEADOW 


1196400 


61 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1245900 


5D 


SOUTH COMMONS 


388700 


162 


BEDFORD RD 


603500 


76 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


681500 


12 


HIDDENWOOD PT 


727500 


34B 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


317000 


60 


TOWER RD 


987000 


262 


LINCOLN RD 


701700 


58 


PAGE RD 


972600 


25C 


SOUTH COMMONS 


386800 


89 


CONANT RD 


830700 


3 


SMITH HL 


1132500 


78 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


496300 


8 


OAK KNOLL RD 


586800 


222 


TOWER RD 


2130800 


136 


TOWER RD 


897000 


354 


HEMLOCK CR 


509600 


26 


LONG MEADOW RD 


1011800 


22 


BLACK BURNIAN RD 


1244300 


165 


LEXINGTON RD 


820800 


19 


OAK MEADOW 


1104800 


28 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


2361100 


52 


ROUND HILL RD 


1465400 





TRAPELO RD 


45200 


126 


TRAPELO RD 


1189300 





TRAPELO RD 


582000 


82 


MILL ST 


1204200 


171 


TOWER RD 


640500 


185 


WESTON RD 


1415600 


14 


STRATFORD WY 


2542400 


19 


BROOKS RD 


862400 


67 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1389900 


23A 


SOUTH COMMONS 


120000 


63 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


562900 


21 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


2594100 


35 


ROUND HILL RD 


1322000 


20 


BROWNING LN 


941800 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

CAMPBELL BRUCE D 

CAMPBELL CHRISTOPHER / CAMPBELL ALICIA 

CAMPO CHRISTINE M / MAROTTA CAROLINE T 

CAMPOBASSO RICHARD B / CAMPOBASSO LOU ANN 

CAMPOS GARCIA GERMAN / CAMPOS JUDITH 

CANCIAN DAVID J / CANCIAN MARY S 

CANDEE MORTON 

CANNON IRENE PLATTNER TR / CANNON WALTER BRADFORD T 

CANNON ROBERT LARENT TR / CANNON BETTY H TR 

CANNON ROBERT LAURENT / CANNON BETSY H 

CANNON ROBERT LAURENT / CANNON BETTY H 

CANNON ROBERT LAURENT / CANNON BETTY H 

CANNON ROBERT LAURENT TR / CANNON BETTY H TR 

CANNON WALTER TR / CANNON IRENE TR 

CANNON WALTER TR / CANNON IRENE TR 

CANNON WALTER TR / CANNON IRENE TR 

CANTLIN ANTOINETTE 

CANTLIN ANTOINETTE 

CANTU ROBERT C TR / RC CANTU TRUST NO 1 

CANTU ROBERT C TR / RC CANTU TRUST NO 1 

CAPON E ALBERT / CAPON E MARY 

CAPPELLUZZO PAUL R / 

CAPPUCCI BARBARA A / CAPPUCCI THOMAS A 

CARAS OPHAIR / CARAS FLORENCE L 

CAREY WILLIAM C / CAREY SCARLETT H 

CAREY WILLIAM C / CAREY SCARLETT H 

CARL CHARLES W JR / GINN DIANNE 

CARL CHARLES W JR / GINN DIANNE 

CARLEY JOHN A / CARLEY JOAN KEIR 

CARLEZON WILLIAM A JR 

CARLO PETER A / CARLO CHERYL A 

CARLSON CLAIR A JR TR / HURLINGHAM REALTY TRUST 

CARLSON KARIN J / PETRAGLIA MICHAEL V 

CARMEL YARON / CARMEL NINA 

CARMEL YARON / CARMEL NINA 

CARMEN LOUISE 

CARO JAMIE / HUNTING HEIDI ANN 

CARPENTER JACK / 

CARROLL ELAINE M 

CASSELS CHRISTINE H / 

CASSIDY BRIAN P TR / CASSIDY FAMILY REALTY TRUST 

CASSIDY BRIAN P TR / CASSIDY FAMILY REALTY TRUST 

CASWELL FREDERICK M / CASWELL PAMELA K 

CASWELL JOHN R / 

CASWELL JOHN R / KREGER DAVID 

CAVALLARO PETER TR / CAVALLARO ELIZABETH A 



46 


BEDFORD RD 


790700 


32A 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


321100 


28 


OLD WINTER ST 


725100 


130 


TOWER RD 


668800 





WESTON RD 


900 


18 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


773100 


138 


TRAPELO RD 


744700 





SILVER HILL RD 


20000 





SILVER HILL RD 


49600 





WESTON RD 


57700 


30 


SILVER HILL RD 


683900 


30 


SILVER HILL RD 


79000 


8 


SILVER HILL RD 


743200 


64 


WESTON RD 


445300 





WESTON RD 


81500 





WESTON RD 


2700 


7 


LEWIS ST 


623900 


3 


LEWIS ST 


559600 


19 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


2138000 





SOUTH GREAT RD 


30700 


26 


OLD CAMBRIDGE TP 


903900 


166 


BEDFORD RD 


522500 


8 


HUNTLEY LN 


743700 


19 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


502600 


27 


TABOR HILL RD 


2019400 





OLD COUNTY RD 


213200 


146 


TRAPELO RD 


1071200 


148 


TRAPELO RD 


262800 


30 


TOWER RD 


1207400 


34C 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


319500 


9 


OAK KNOLL RD 


635800 


20 


TODD POND RD 


2728600 


31 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1032900 


43 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


626200 





OLD SUDBURY RD 


26200 


44 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


632100 


39 


BYPASS RD 


42100 


20L 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


444300 


34 


LEWIS ST 


599500 


12 


OAK KNOLL RD 


591200 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


22500 


81 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


298900 


4 


TOWER RD 


1208300 


2 


BEAVER POND RD 


932700 





BEAVER POND RD 


28600 


8 


SMITH HL 


1214500 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1 , 2005 

CELLUCCI DANIEL B / CELLUCCI YOLANDA 

CELLUCCI DANIEL B / CELLUCCI YOLANDA 

CELLUCCI ELIZABETH H / CELLUCCI STEPHEN 

CHAMPENY JOHN 

CHAMPENY JOHN C / 

CHAMPENY JOHN C / 

CHAMPENY LEONA G / 

CHAN BRYAN C / CHAN CASSIDY 

CHAN CATHERINE T 

CHAN VINCENT WS / CHAN AGNES HUI 

CHAO CHUNG YAO / CHAO LIFUN LIN 

CHAPMAN JEAN A / MAHNKE GEORGE 

CHARLES I REAL ESTATE TRUST / C/O WARREN F. FLINT, JR. 

CHARRETTE EDMOND E / CHARRETTE ANN L 

CHEN SOW HSIN / CHEN CHING CHIH 

CHERNIACK ELIZABETH E 

CHESTER CHARLES RONALD 

CHICKLES COLIN / CHICKLES SHELDA 

CHIESI MICHAEL / CHIESI STEPHANIE 

CHIN BARBARA J 

CHIOTELIS CHARLES L TR / CHIOTELIS IASME TR 

CHIRITA DIANA M / VOGEL JEAN MARIE 

CHISHOLM MARGARET F 

CHRISTENSEN RONALD 

CHRISTIAN ANDREW D / CHANDRA DIVYA C 

CHU CHAUNCY C / CHU MARGARET CY 

CHU GE YAO / LIN LI CHUAN 

CHU IRENE H / DECHRISTOFARO CYNTHIA A 

CIAMPA VINCENT P TR / CIAMPA REALTY TRUST 

CIRASOANNE / CIRASO JENNIE 

CISNEROS MARIA H 

CLARK BRENT R / CLARK KATHRYN 

CLARK FRANCES H 

CLARK FRANCES H 

CLARK NANCY L / 

CLARKE BRUCE E / CLARKE KAREN JA 

CLARY SCOTT A / CLARY HEATHER L 

CLEAVER LAIRD C TR / LINCOLN LOG REVOCABLE TRUST 

CLEMENS MARSHALL / CLEMENS LINDSAY 

COFFIN MARGARET D / BROWN MERRITT C 

COFFIN MARGARET D / BROWN MERRITT C 

COHEN JACQUES 

COLE ADDISON D / COLE ANNE B 

COLE ANDREW J / COLE HOLLY BR 

COLE JOYCE M 

COLEMAN GEORGE A JR / COLEMAN KATHLEEN S 



169 


LEXINGTON RD 


396300 


171 


LEXINGTON RD 


1666300 


26 


LAUREL DR 


777100 


9 


OLD CONANT RD 


734400 





CONANT RD 


6100 





OLD CONANT RD 


487000 





SOUTH GREAT RD 


711900 


25 


BYPASS RD 


503100 


3 


PARTRIDGE LN 


786500 


163 


TOWER RD 


912900 


11 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


643500 


77 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


301000 





LEXINGTON RD 


2813 


81 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


679400 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


380900 


281 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


467500 


6 


STONEHEDGE 


909200 


8 


BROOKS HL 


1033100 


25 


GREENRIDGE LN 


391000 


364 


HEMLOCK CR 


415700 


141 


TRAPELO RD 


876500 


5 


OAK MEADOW 


1364800 


142 


TOWER RD 


646800 


345 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1339800 


11D 


SOUTH COMMONS 


459800 


43 


DEERHAVEN RD 


959300 


200 


SANDY POND RD 


1036000 


1 


PINE RIDGE RD 


884600 


32 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


363600 


19 


MACKINTOSH LN 


826400 


326 


HEMLOCK CR 


415200 


41 


STONY BROOK RD 


2663400 


219 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1207800 





OLD CONCORD RD 


4000 


26 


GREENRIDGE LN 


410700 


17 


STOREY DR 


1611600 


11 


OAK KNOLL RD 


536600 


67 


SANDY POND RD 


3881300 


24 


HILLSIDE RD 


1194100 


79 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


842490 





OLD SUDBURY RD 


4325 


40 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


556300 


43 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


538700 


228 


SANDY POND RD 


1104500 


17 


LONG MEADOW RD 


935100 


10 


LIN WAY RD 


822600 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

COLLINGS RAY KINGSLEY / 

COLLINS DONALD / COLLINS SUSAN B 

COLLURA SHARON MAHONEY / COLLURA JOSEPH M 

COMJEAN MARC G / COMJEAN JUDITH K 

COMJEAN MARLIES F 

COMO FLORENCE J 

CONLEY RICHARD C / CONLEY BARBARA L 

CONNAUGHTON JOHN / CONNAUGHTON GENEVIEVE K 

CONRAD PETER F / BRADSHAW YLISABYTH S 

CONRAD PETER F / BRADSHAW YLISABYTH S 

CONSTABLE WILLIAM G / CONSTABLE NANCY F 

CONWAY MARK / SCATAMACCHIA MARY 

CONWAY SUSAN E 

COOK CAROLINE R 

COOK PAUL W JR / COOK MARION M 

COOLIDGE HENRY P / COOLIDGE ALICE C 

COOMBS DANA M / COOMBS MALENE P 

COOPER E CRAWLEY / COOPER JANE M 

COOPER NANCY BARNES / 

COOPER PHILIP A / COOPER LISETTE 

COOPER THOMAS F 

COPELAND KATHY J 

CORCORAN DONNA R / KNOLLMEYER CHRISTOPHER J 

CORONA REALTY TRUST / ERNEST LOW 

CORREIA FAMILY LIMITED PARTNER 

CORT CLIFFORD S / CORT CAREY 

COTHBO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP / 

COTHBO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP / 

COTHBO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP / 

COTHBO LIMITED PARTNERSHIP / 

COTOIA ANTHONY J / COTOIA LUCY MARY ANNE 

COTOIA ANTHONY J TR / COTOIA LUCY M TR 

COTOIA LUCY M 

COTOIA LUCY MARY ANNE 

COTONI ARTHUR R / COTONI PENELOPE H 

COTONI ARTHUR R / MOLA DIANNE C 

COUGHLIN BEVERLY S / 

COUGHLIN S BRENDAN / COUGHLIN HEATHER M 

COUSINS DANIEL / COUSINS SARAH S 

COVINO NICHOLAS JR 

COWLESDIANAA / 

COYNE JAMES M / COYNE KAREN L 

CRAIG CATHERINE L / WEBER ROBERT S 

CRAIG JAMES E / CRAIG JULIA P 

CRANDALL STEPHEN H TR / CRANDALL PATRICIA E TR 

CRAWFORD JOHN D TR / CRAWFORD JOANNA W TR 



10 


GRASSHOPPER LN 


1070600 


16 


GRASSHOPPER LN 


1067200 


3 


ORCHARD LN 


511800 


36 


BYPASS RD 


800700 


109 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1384200 


134 


TOWER RD 


605500 


29C 


SOUTH COMMONS 


355400 


33 


LONG MEADOW RD 


1209300 


20 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


915200 


20 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


120400 


17 


OLD LEXINGTON RD 


1091800 


9 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


829300 


40 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1666200 


172 


WESTON RD 


760100 


6 


WHEELER RD 


854500 


83 


LINCOLN RD 


2143200 


96 


PAGE RD 


778200 


6 


SHORT HILL RD 


775900 


5 


OLD CAMBRIDGE TP 


974100 


144 


SANDY POND RD 


3916300 


16 


GARLAND RD 


2034800 


28L 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


212500 


50 


PAGE RD 


2849400 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


385000 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


387200 


28 


OLD CONCORD RD 


2298800 


63 


WESTON RD 


461100 





SILVER HILL RD 


14000 





WESTON RD 


87600 





WESTON RD 


1500 


263 


LINCOLN RD 


945900 


4 


UNDERWOOD CR 


450300 


16 


LEWIS ST 


576800 


106 


CONCORD RD 


423600 


104 


CODMAN RD 


782900 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


377900 


21 


LONG MEADOW RD 


908500 


153 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


722800 


22 


OLD FARM RD 


845700 


15 


MACKINTOSH LN 


1043700 


156 


TRAPELO RD 


1161000 


5 


FORESTER RD 


871400 


221 


LINCOLN RD 


529600 


10 


FARRAR RD 


801000 


25 


TABOR HILL RD 


1135300 


20 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1062300 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

CREAN MARION P / CREAN FINBAR J 

CREEL BUCKNER M IV / NICHOLS KATHLEEN 

CREIGHTON G ALEXANDER / CREIGHTON ELIZABETH L 

CRETELLA HENRY A / CRETELLA RUTH R 

CROMWELL DARREN M / CROMWELL SUSAN M 

CRONINKIMA / 

CROSBY ANNE M / CROSBY GREGORY 

CROSBY DOUGLAS R / CROSBY LAURA 

CROSBY DOUGLAS R / CROSBY LAURA 

CROSBY SARAH T / CROSBY MARK E 

CROWDER CHERYL D 

CROWE MARY B 

CROWLEY WILLIAM B / 

CROWLEY WILLIAM B / 

CSIMMA ZOLTAN A / CSIMMA CRISTINA I HAINES 

CUCINOTTA NANCY J / RIBEIRO JEAN L 

CULVER PERRY J / CULVER KATE S 

CUMMING WILLIAM J III / TOLPA CARYN L 

CUMMINGS BRIAN F / CUMMINGS RHONDA M 

CUMMINGS WILLIAM R TR / CUMMINGS PALMA M TR 

CUNDIFF ROY 

CUNNINGHAM CASEY GEORGE 

CUNNINGHAM JAMES F 

CUNNINGHAM JONATHAN C TRUST / 7 WOODCOCK LN REALTN 

CUNNINGHAM ROBERT M 

CURHAN SHARON G 

CURREN THOMAS / CURREN SUSAN M 

CURTIS ELLIOT / LAMPTON ANN 

CURTISS ROBERT H TR / CURTISS DOROTHY M TR 

CYBULAK STEPHEN J / CYBULAK LYNNE W 

DAFFRON ERIC J / DAFFRON VIRGINIA E 

DAIGLE STEVE D 

DAILEY JOHN R TR / THE WINTER STREET REALTY TRUST 

DALE SCOTT W / DALE LORI A 

DALLOS ANDRAS / DALLOS ZSUZSANNA 

DAMICO RALPH P / DAMICO ELVIRA 

DAMICO RALPH P / DAMICO ELVIRA 

DAMICO RALPH P / DAMICO ELVIRA 

DAMICO RALPH P JR / DAMICO EDWINA P 

DAMICO RALPH P JR / DMAICO EDWINA 

DAMIRJIAN NERSIS / DAMIRJIAN SANDRA 

DAMON J GILBERT / DAMON PRISCILLA A 

DANCONAILANA / 

DANG AMIT / 

DANIELS CLAIRE M 

DANIELS JANET B / 



34 


GOOSE POND RD 


956900 


32 


LINCOLN RD 


953900 


117 


LINCOLN RD 


995000 


17 


STONEHEDGE 


963900 


300 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


100000 


35 


HILLSIDE RD 


2071400 


29 


PAGE RD 


1088100 


9 


HILLIARD RD 


960100 





HILLIARD RD 


51500 


3A 


SOUTH COMMONS 


380900 


10A 


NORTH COMMONS 


277800 


66 


BEDFORD RD 


1181700 


38 


SILVER HILL RD 


2053700 





SILVER HILL RD 


489700 


16 


CONANT RD 


2324400 


4L 


NORTH COMMONS 


395400 


132 


CHESTNUT CR 


460500 


36C 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


318000 


188 


CONCORD RD 


767000 


40 


BYPASS RD 


657800 


141 


OLD COUNTY RD 


672100 


139 


TOWER RD 


601500 


124 


Lexington rd 


652600 


7 


WOODCOCK LN 


968300 


11 


ROCKWOOD LN 


529700 


183 


SANDY POND RD 


2583900 


82 


WINTER ST 


1043000 


44 


DEERHAVEN RD 


833000 


243 


ASPEN CR 


526400 


15 


BLACK BURNIAN RD 


1066500 


16 


OLD CAMBRIDGE TP 


483500 


125 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


510100 


121 


WINTER ST 


897900 


84 


LEXINGTON RD 


2051600 


174 


WESTON RD 


548500 


11 


MILL STREET EX 


634000 


15 


MILL STREET EX 


683700 


6 


MILL STREET EX 


459800 


37 


MILL ST 


714300 


33 


MILL ST 


553300 


46 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


491300 


13 


OLD CONCORD RD 


734800 


18 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


299300 


36 


TODD POND RD 


402800 


165 


BEDFORD RD 


526800 





SANDY POND RD 


85400 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

DANIELS JANET B / 

DANZIGER MICHAEL P / DANZIGER ELIZABETH L 

DANZIGER MICHAEL P / DANZIGER ELIZABETH L 

DARLING EUGENE M JR / 

DARLING LEONARD / DARLING BARBARA M 

DARMAN RICHARD G 

DATES DONALD C / DATES SUZANNE 

DAUPHIN CYNTHIA A 

DAUTREMONT CHESTER C TR / DAUTREMONT RUTH W TR 

DAUTREMONT RUTH E / 

DAVIDSON DAVID M 

DAVIDSON MALCOLM L TR / THAYER PAMELA W TR 

DAVIS ANDREW H TR / THE DAVIS FAMILY TRUST 

DAVIS GARY / DAVIS ELLEN LEE 

DAVIS MARGARET L / 

DAVIS PHYLLIS M TR / PEACH ORCHARD REALTY TRUST 

DAVIS SHERMAN P TR / FARMS END REALTY TRUST 

DAVIS SHERMAN P TR / DAVIS PHYLLIS M 

DAVIS SHERMAN P TR / FRONT FIELD REALTY TRUST 

DAVIS SHERMAN P TR / THREE HOUSES REALTY TRUST 

DAVIS SHERMAN P TR / MIDDLE FIELD REALTY TRUST 

DAVIS SHERMAN TR / ROAD PIECE REALTY TRUST 

DAVOLI ROBERT 

DAVOLI ROBERT / MCDONAGH EILEEN 

DAVOLI ROBERT / MCDONAGH EILEEN 

DAVOLI ROBERT / MCDONAGH EILEEN 

DAVOLI ROBERT / MCDONAGH EILEEN 

DAVOLI ROBERT E / MCDONAGH EILEEN L 

DAVOLI ROBERT E / MCDONAGH EILEEN L 

DEAN MAYBELLE L / 

DEBARYSHE PAUL / DEBARYSHE LOUISE 

DECAPO SUSAN 

DECAPO THOMAS A / DECAPO SUSAN J 

DECESARE MARTHA JANE 

DECK MARK J / DECK PATRICIA P 

DECORDOVA MUSEUM 

DEFILIPPOJOHNP / 

DEFRANCESCO DEBRA L / DEFRANCESCO CHARLES X 

DELAHUNTY WILLIAM J JR / DELAHUNTY JULIANA RILEY 

DELIA JOHN A / DELIA MARIA CARMELA 

DELORI FRANCOIS C / DELORI ROSAMOND P 

DENEHY EDWARD J JR 

DENEHY- LEO MARY 

DENHOLM ALEC STUART TR / DENHOLM JANE LESLIE TR 

DENHOLM ALEC STUART TR / DENHOLM JANE LESLIE TR 

DENHOLM ALEC STUART TR / DENHOLM JANE LESLIE TR 



141 


CHESTNUT CR 


488000 


231 


OLD CONCORD RD 


3661200 





OLD CONCORD RD 


2600 


20 


BOYCE FARM RD 


700200 


144 


TRAPELO RD 


2024300 


231 


ASPEN CR 


589900 


363 


HEMLOCK CR 


528600 


21A 


SOUTH COMMONS 


348600 


30 


BEAVER POND RD 


1828500 


56 


BEAVER POND RD 


806800 


16 


GRANVILLE RD 


886900 


48 


BEAVER POND RD 


1311000 


2 


CONCORD RD 


854800 


20R 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


458400 


21D 


SOUTH COMMONS 


394900 





CONANT RD 


616600 


47 


CONANT RD 


668900 


49 


CONANT RD 


748000 





CONANT RD 


588000 


81 


CONANT RD 


997900 





CONANT RD 


586900 





CONANT RD 


46300 


21 


HILLSIDE RD 


756900 





CONCORD RD 


699900 





CONCORD RD 


621100 





CONCORD RD 


687900 





CONCORD RD 


22700 


6 


WINCHELSEA LN 


690800 


8 


WINCHELSEA LN 


5586200 





CONANT RD 


114100 


7 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


546700 


9 


HIDDENWOOD PT 


713300 


48 


CONANT RD 


1638000 


244 


CONCORD RD 


775800 


11 


BOYCE FARM RD 


1110400 


51 


SANDY POND RD 


18895400 


94 


LINCOLN RD 


878300 


298 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


100000 


8 


BEDFORD LN 


720100 


26 


ROUND HILL RD 


888100 


44 


TOWER RD 


1237100 


139 


LEXINGTON RD 


878300 


141 


LEXINGTON RD 


716900 


10 


HAWK HILL RD 


1364100 





HAWK HILL RD 


20100 





HAWK HILL RD 


300 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

DENORMANDIE ALICE W 

DENORMANDIE ALICE W 

DENORMANDIE ALICE W 

DENORMANDIE ELIANA 

DENORMANDIE PHILIP Y / RATHBORNE ERNESTINE 

DENORMANDIE PHILIP Y / DENORMANDIE MARTHA P 

DENORMANDIE PHILIP Y / 

DENORMANDIE ROBERT TR / DENORMANDIE VICTORIA TR 

DENORMANDIE THOMAS / MCCAREY KATHERINE DENORMANI 

DENORMANDIE THOMAS L / DENORMANDIE KATHERINE B 

DENORMANDIE THOMAS L / 

DENORMANDIE THOMAS L / 

DENORMANDIE THOMAS L / DENORMANDIE KATHERINE B 

DENORMANDIE THOMAS L / DENORMANDIE KATHERINE B 

DENORMANDIE THOMAS L / DENORMANDIE KATHERINE B 

DENORMANDIE THOMAS L / DENORMANDIE KATHERINE B 

DENORMANDIE THOMAS L / DENORMANDIE KATHERINE B 

DENORMANDIE THOMAS L / DENORMANDIE KATHERINE B 

DEPIETRO KATHERINE D / 

DER SIRAKIAN EDWARD / YEGUMIANS YVETTE 

DERBYSHIRE HEIDI G / DERBYSHIRE RALPH C 

DERMADY MARTIN B / CHIN DERMADY MARGIE 

DESAI SAMIR A / DESAI NILIMA S 

DESANCTIS SUSAN / 

DESANTIS JOSEPH M / SOLOMON SHERYL R 

DESSAIN TATIANA 

DEVINCENT RAYMOND / 

DEWEY LAURIE T TR / 79 LINCOLN ROAD NOMINEE TRUST 

DIADIUK VICKY TR / VICKY DIADIUK REVOCABLE TRUST 

DIAMOND ALICE B 

DIARBAKERLY MARK / DIARBAKERLY REGINA 

DIAZ RUBEN / RIOS MARTA 

DICICCO SUZANNE L / 

DICKIE RICHARD INNES TR / RICHARD INNES DICKIE TRUST 

DICKINSON JOHN T / DICKINSON PAMELA M 

DICKSON JEFFREY L / 

DIEBBOLL ROBERT S / DIEBBOLL KIM B 

DIGIOVANNI JAMES P 

DIGIOVANNI JAMES P 

DILG GILES / DILG MAUREEN 

DIMANCESCU DAN P / DIMANCESCU KATHERINE KUHNS 

DIXON RUSSELL J TR / DIXON FAMILY TRUST 

DOBROW ALAN / DOBROW VIDA L 

DOHERTY KATHLEEN 

DOHERTY WILLIAM R TR / DOHERTY PHYLLIS M TR 

DOHERTY WILLIAM R TR / DOHERTY PHYLLIS M TR 



4 


MINEBROOK RD 


721800 





MINEBROOK RD 


586600 





LEXINGTON RD 


513200 


45 


TRAPELO RD 


1619779 





PINE RIDGE RD 


76300 


64 


TRAPELO RD 


594200 


40 


WESTON RD 


1192300 


65 


TRAPELO RD 


1586343 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


713400 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


1740400 


11 


OLD CONCORD RD 


817400 





CONCORD RD 


37700 





TRAPELO RD 


71 





OLD WINTER ST 


87 





SILVER HILL RD 


90 





SILVER HILL RD 


70 





SILVER HILL RD 


68 





SILVER HILL RD 


11 


25 


OLD WINTER ST 


577700 


15 


ACORN LN 


774000 


194 


LINCOLN RD 


1191300 


16 


FARRAR RD 


613500 


62 


DAVISON DR 


1442600 


11 


BYPASS RD 


817900 


207 


LINCOLN RD 


1345800 


62 


CONANT RD 


2007900 


30 


STOREY DR 


2719800 


79 


LINCOLN RD 


1389200 


40 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


573200 


25B 


SOUTH COMMONS 


120000 


266 


LINCOLN RD 


840500 


19D 


SOUTH COMMONS 


446800 


16 


STRATFORD WY 


2445700 


184 


BEDFORD RD 


535200 


18 


WHEELER RD 


2036000 


79 


PAGE RD 


2302600 


25 


HILLSIDE RD 


938300 


300 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


521900 


173 


TOWER RD 


427300 


11 


LEWIS ST 


721200 


52 


BEDFORD RD 


1598500 


1 


BROOKS RD 


559000 


125 


CHESTNUT CR 


512800 


11B 


SOUTH COMMONS 


352100 


49 


TOWER RD 


737700 


168 


LINCOLN RD 


684000 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

DOHERTY'S GARAGE INC 

DOLAN CHARLES B TR / DOLAN JOANNE C TR 

DOLINSKY JOAN PLATT / 

DOMNITZ ROBERT / 

DONALD AIDA DIPACE 

DONALD DAVID HERBERT / DONALD AIDA D 

DONALDSON ALAN L / 

DONALDSON ELEANOR L 

DONALDSON ELEANOR L 

DONALDSON ELIZABETH C 

DONALDSON JONATHAN D / DONALDSON NANCY B 

DONALDSON LYNN B / 

DONALDSON MAGRUDER C / DONALDSON JENNIFER W 

DONALDSON ROBERT L 

DONOVAN ANDREW E 

DONOVAN DONNA M MRS BYRNE 

DOOLEY THOMAS J JR / DOOLEY HELEN 

DOOLEY THOMAS J JR / DOOLEY HELEN 

DORSEY E DEBORAH / BURNS ROBERT W 

DOUGHTY JOSEPH M 

DOWNEY EDWARD F / DOWNEY ELIZABETH J 

DOWNING DANIEL / LAUGHLAND LINDA 

DOYLE DANIEL K / 

DRAGO NICHOLAS V / DRAGO SARA M 

DRAKE JACK P / 

DRESSER JOHN A / DRESSER JOANNA RIZZO 

DREW JOHN R 

DRINKWATER POLLY B / 

DRINKWATER POLLY B / ZAGOROFF DIMITER S 

DRISCOLL THOMAS C JR / DRISCOLL ELENA M 

DU TOIT GERARD / DU TOIT BETH 

DU TOIT GERARD / DU TOIT BETH 

DUFFY KEVIN P 

DUFFY KEVIN P / 

DUFFY KEVIN P 

DUFFY KEVIN P 

DUFFY KEVIN P 

DUGGAL RAJENDER / DUGGAL ANITA C 

DUMAINE DEBORAH L 

DUMAINE DEBORAH L TR / 45 WINTER STREET REALTY TRUST 

DUMONT JOHN E / DUMONT LAURIE A 

DUNLAP ARTHUR M 

DUNN BARBARA B / DUNN THOMAS W 

DUNN LOUISE L 

DUNNE CAROLINE BOECKMAN TR 

DURANTE STEVEN J / GREIFF ANDREA L 



161 


LINCOLN RD 


887100 


170 


SANDY POND RD 


1498200 


44 


GREENRIDGE LN 


391400 


21 


MILL ST 


1138100 


41 


LINCOLN RD 


1015800 


46 


LINCOLN RD 


628100 


279 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


535400 


19 


TRAPELO RD 


940300 





TRAPELO RD 


15200 


144 


WESTON RD 


1026100 


7 


OLD LEXINGTON RD 


1910400 





TOWER RD 


86400 


1 


OLD LEXINGTON RD 


1192900 


291 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


569200 


76 


BEDFORD RD 


977300 


19 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


563400 


33 


OLD CONCORD RD 


547100 


31 


OLD CONCORD RD 


388800 


17 


BEDFORD LN 


600600 


31 


CONANT RD 


583800 


345 


HEMLOCK CR 


522400 


15 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


533600 


23 


WARBLER SPRINGS R 


1560000 


35 


DEERHAVEN RD 


793900 


21 


BYPASS RD 


451800 





OXBOW RD 


800 


36B 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


86000 


2 


FORESTER RD 


908400 


55 


WINTER ST 


1171600 


21 


BLACK BURNIAN RD 


1705600 


155 


WESTON RD 


1981000 


151 


WESTON RD 


730100 





LONG MEADOW RD 


3000 


236 


LINCOLN RD 


1869800 





LONG MEADOW RD 


51700 





LONG MEADOW RD 


42000 





LONG MEADOW RD 


38700 


17 


STRATFORD WY 


2663600 


9 


ACORN LN 


757600 


45 


WINTER ST 


1141800 


14 


LINWAY RD 


612800 


42 


TODD POND RD 


343200 


145 


CHESTNUT CR 


544600 


11 


OAK MEADOW 


1045300 


218 


CONCORD RD 


1213400 


7 


BROOKS RD 


704400 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

DURSO VINCENT / DURSO SUZETTE 

DWYER CAROLYN CASWELL / DWYER JONATHAN M 

DYCK VERNON / CARPENTER VALERIE 

DYER STEPHEN P 

DYER STEPHEN P 

EATON JEFFERSON T 

ECKEL RICHARD W / MARA CATHY M 

ECKHARDT HOMER D 

ECKHOUSE D NOAH / POPPER CATHERINE W 

EDELSTEIN STEVEN / PENG GRACE 

EDWARDS PAUL CHESTER RICHARD / EDWARDS FRANCES AL 

EGENDORF ANDREW / EGENDORF LINDA 

EHRICH ELLIOT W / DONOVAN NANCY J 

EIGSTI KARL TR / EB REALTY TRUST 

ELDER DOUGLAS H & LISA E /ANNIE WRIGHT PROPERTY MG r 

ELIAS DANIEL / KEANE KAREN M 

ELKUS HOWARD F TR / ELKUS LORNA TR 

ELLIOTT JOAN WOLCOTT / ELLIOTT CRAIG A 

ELLIOTT MELODY 

ELLIOTT MELODY 

ELLIOTT PEGGY P 

ELLIOTT SCOTT / WILLIAMS AVA C 

ELLIOTT SCOTT M / WILLIAMS AVA C 

ELLS STEPHEN F 

EMMONS JUDITH R 

ENGLAND DANIEL III / ENGLAND JO ANN 

ENGSTROM HAROLD H / ENGSTROM LYNDA B 

ENILA JAMES K / HUTCHINGS NANCY J 

EPHRAiM NORMAN A / RASSIGA EVE 

EPPLING FREDERIC J TR / EPPLING SARAH J TR 

EPSTEIN ARNOLD M / OMALLEY PATRICIA J 

ESCHENROEDER ALAN Q / ESCHENROEDER LAURA P 

ESHLEMAN DEAN B 

ETCHEVERRY JULIANNE 

EVANGELISTA FLORENZO / EVANGELISTA DOROTHY L 

FABAE SUAVES LLC / 

FAHEY MARTIN J / 

FAIRFAX STEPHEN A / POOLE KATHERINE K 

FAIRLESS BRUCE W / RYAN CAROL 

FALENDER ANDREW J / LENTH JACQUELYN A 

FARAN JAMES J JR 

FARGO SUSAN C / FARGO FOSTER M JR 

FARNSWORTH SUSAN E 

FARNY MICHAEL H / FARNY ETHEL H 

FARRINGTON MEMORIAL INC / C/O SPRINT SPECTRUM LP 

FASCIANO CHRISTOPHER J / FASCIANO REBECCA S 



10 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


709200 


14 


BEAVER POND RD 


885100 


128 


BEDFORD RD 


669300 


8 


SANDY POND RD 


790100 





SANDY POND RD 


28100 


8 


STOREY DR 


1114100 


41 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


662900 


27 


LAUREL DR 


737200 


30 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1578200 


230 


TOWER RD 


1423700 


263 


CONCORD RD 


850700 


10 


TOWER RD 


2737800 


2 


OAK MEADOW 


1124200 


36 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1208500 


38 


BROOKS RD 


1055400 


27 


TOWER RD 


1050900 


35 


STONEHEDGE 


999200 


36A 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


126900 


90 


CODMAN RD 


751300 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


422100 


60 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1089700 


40 


BEAVER POND RD 


1694400 


37 


BEAVER POND RD 


1017000 


39 


TODD POND RD 


308100 


46 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


638400 


22 


WESTON RD 


2220500 


27 


OLD FARM RD 


1180300 


134 


LEXINGTON RD 


539500 


3 


OAKDALE LN 


1016600 


12 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


522300 


47 


WINTER ST 


2321700 


76 


TODD POND RD 


880700 


89 


LEXINGTON RD 


492900 


8-3 


RIDGE RD 


351600 


48 


MILL ST 


548200 


129 


WINTER ST 


1067400 


220 


TOWER RD 


1344800 


148 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


691900 


115 


WINTER ST 


549000 


55 


PAGE RD 


1683500 


225 


ASPEN CR 


526200 


7 


MINEBROOK RD 


967900 


12 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


628300 


241 


LINCOLN RD 


614200 


291 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


700400 


8 


LINWAY RD 


1099400 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

FAULKNER CYNTHIA LEE OWEN / FAULKNER MARK 

FAVALORO GEORGE / FAVALORO ANNE J 

FAZIO PETER T / 

FEDOROVA ALEXANDRA / OKMIANSKI ANTON 

FEE MICHALE S / FEE ISABELLA N 

FEHR DAVID W / MACDONALD KAREN A 

FEIBELMAN TOBY P 

FEINBERG NEIL 

FELEGIAN PETER / FELEGIAN MARION O 

FELIX JAMES E 

FELSHEIM NANCY E 

FENGJUN / 

FENIJN YVONNE / 

FENTON TERENCE / HUNTER CYNTHIA 

FERNALD ELEANOR T 

FERRI EDWARD J / FERRI ELEANOR J 

FERRO ARMAND F / FERRO JACQUELINE M 

FERTEL LINDA M 

FIELD CHRISTOPHER / TRIM CHARLOTTE 

FINE DAVID H / GRUENWALD ANGELA 

FINKELSTEIN STAN / FINKELSTEIN JILL BENEDICT 

FINN ALICE N 

FINNEGAN LAURENCE M TR / CFM PROPERTIES REALTY TRUST 

FINNERTY RICHARD E / FINNERTY WENDY M 

FINUCANE ANN M 

FISCALE JOSEPH / FISCALE ROSANNA 

FISHER ERNEST L TR /E D REALTY TRUST 

FITZGERALD DEREK J / FITZGERALD ELEANOR M 

FITZGERALD JOHN H / FITZGERALD THELMA C 

FLAHERTY MATTHEW J 

FLANAGAN RICHARD J / FLANAGAN JENNIFER ZAISER 

FLANNERY STACEY M TR / 42 BROOKS ROAD REALTY TRUST 

FLANSBURGH LOUISE H / 

FLASHNER BONNIE SINCLAIR / KOCH VICTOR R 

FLASHNER BONNIE SINCLAIR / 

FLASHNER BONNIE SINCLAIR / KOCH VICTOR R 

FLASHNER BONNIE SINCLAIR / KOCH VICTOR R 

FLEMING JAMES / FLEMING NANCY 

FLINT EDWARD F JR / FLINT HENRY R 

FLINT EDWARD F JR / FLINT HENRY R 

FLINT EPHRAIM B / 

FLINT JONATHAN A / FLINT ALICE L 

FLINT JONATHAN A / FLINT ALICE L 

FLINT JR TR WARREN A / CHARLES I REAL ESTATE TRUST 

FLINT JR TR WARREN A / CHARLES I REAL ESTATE TRUST 

FLINT JR TR WARREN A / CHARLES I REAL ESTATE TRUST 



28 


HILLSIDE RD 


623200 


41 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1453500 


353 


HEMLOCK CR 


537800 


13L 


SOUTH COMMONS 


470700 


116 


TOWER RD 


986500 


7 


GOOSE POND RD 


1087200 


124 


TOWER RD 


897500 


104 


CONCORD RD 


955700 


22 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


548000 


15 


GRANVILLE RD 


674700 


26B 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


86000 


166 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


655700 


93 


CONANT RD 


940400 


25 


WINTER ST 


693800 


18 


TODD POND RD 


1480500 


32 


LONG MEADOW RD 


847600 


253 


LINCOLN RD 


634700 


211 


ASPEN CR 


438700 


108 


CODMAN RD 


644700 


109 


LEXINGTON RD 


1205600 


117 


LEXINGTON RD 


995600 


174 


TOWER RD 


1147900 


144 


LINCOLN RD 


248200 


7 


OLD FARM RD 


882500 


20 


TRAPELO RD 


2511700 


4 


DEERHAVEN RD 


755800 


321 


HEMLOCK CR 


536300 


12 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


589500 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


387200 


38 


LONG MEADOW RD 


910200 


74 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


481400 


42 


BROOKS RD 


1011900 


3 


OLD CONANT RD 


1144600 





FRIDOLIN HL 


6100 


9 


FRIDOLIN HL 


1855400 





FRIDOLIN HL 


115200 





FRIDOLIN HL 


5000 


78 


CODMAN RD 


927800 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


120100 


28 


LEXINGTON RD 


701100 





LEXINGTON RD 


51400 


22 


MACKINTOSH LN 


4204900 





MACKINTOSH LN 


278000 





LEXINGTON RD 


2053 


8 


BEDFORD RD 


898300 


5 


SANDY POND RD 


1095800 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

FLINT JR TR WARREN A / CHARLES I REAL ESTATE TRUST 

FLINT MARGARET STEEVES / FLINT WARREN F SR 

FLINT WARREN F JR / FLINT MARGARET PENDLETON 

FLINT WARREN F JR / FLINT REALTY TRUST 

FLOMENBAUM MARK / FLOMENBAUM JEAN KLIG 

FLORES HUGO A / FLORES JOAN P 

FLYNN WILLIAM / FLYNN THRESE MARIE 

FOLEY JOHN F TR 

FOLEY LAUREN H 

FORBES DAVID L / SHERWOOD VIRGINIA 

FORD DAVID II / FORD MARY GILLINGHAM 

FORMAN IAN TR / FORMAN CAROLYN ROSEMARY TR 

FOSTER GERALD L / FOSTER CANDACE F 

FOSTER J EDWARD 

FOTI NORMA M 

FOX DENIS M / FOX VALERIE 

FRANCIS HENRY A / FRANCIS PHOEBE LEE 

FRANK ESPEN / FRANK CYNTHIA 

FRANK VELMA S 

FRANKEL DAVID / FRANKEL ELENA 

FRANKEL DONALD G 

FRANKSTON MICHAEL J / WARSHAW MEREDITH G 

FRAZIER MICHAEL F / FRAZIER JANET K 

FRAZIER MICHAEL F / FRAZIER JANET K 

FREED CHARLES 

FREEDMAN JOEL S / FREEDMAN ANN M RISSO 

FREEMAN MASON / HAYDOCK GALE S 

FRELIGH ELIZABETH 

FRENCH JOHN B / FRENCH DEBORAH C 

FRENCH PETER B / FRENCH NANCY L 

FREUD SOPHIE 

FRIEDMAN ELEANOR F / COHEN JONATHAN J 

FRIPPAMYJ / 

FRITZ MATTHEW / FRITZ CHANDLER 

FROST RAINER L / FROST MARTHA D 

FROST WESLEY T / FROST OCTOBER CULLUM 

FRUMKIN PETER / FRUMKIN ELIZABETH 

FRUMKIN PETER / FRUMKIN ELIZABETH 

FRUMKIN PETER J / FRUMKIN ELIZABETH KLEIN 

FULFORD MARION L 

FUSILL CONCETTA G 

GABLE BRUCE KENT 

GAGNE JOSEPH W / BEEBEE SUSAN W 

GAILEY TIMOTHY H / GAILEY MARY ELLEN 

GALE GREGORY D / RADER L MARIA 

GALLITANO ALPHONSE TR / GALLITANO ELEANOR M TR 






SANDY POND RD 


1142 


27 


LEXINGTON RD 


990400 


39 


LEXINGTON RD 


964827 


33 


LEXINGTON RD 


708700 


62 


TODD POND RD 


1717400 


58 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


517800 


11 


ORCHARD LN 


758100 


60 


LINCOLN RD 


722200 


7 


HUNTLEY LN 


1008600 


38 


OLD WINTER ST 


1518300 


91 


WESTON RD 


1905800 


8 


OAK MEADOW 


1370300 


141 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


759200 


207 


TOWER RD 


728700 


21B 


SOUTH COMMONS 


86000 


250 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


565600 


16 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


527600 


14 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


474800 


19 


TWIN POND LN 


1352000 


4 


STRATFORD WY 


2675600 


7 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


782100 


170 


TOWER RD 


803300 


18 


GRANVILLE RD 


847900 





GRANVILLE RD 


249300 


16 


BROWNING LN 


1051500 


38 


LAUREL DR 


876300 


203 


LINCOLN RD 


1414700 


46A 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


100000 


135 


WESTON RD 


1586900 


117 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


795800 


34 


LAUREL DR 


943000 


18 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


2444900 


46C 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


160300 


26 


OLD FARM RD 


856000 


38 


LINCOLN RD 


1094200 


233 


LINCOLN RD 


865100 


1 


TOWER FIELD LN 


446300 





TOWER FIELD LN 


7300 


112 


CODMAN RD 


1061600 


102 


CONCORD RD 


416900 


21 


DEER RUN RD 


1107700 


219 


CONCORD RD 


614900 


264 


CONCORD RD 


1014300 


160 


BEDFORD RD 


511100 


100 


CONCORD RD 


569800 


232 


LINCOLN RD 


1564800 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

GALLITANO ALPHONSE TR / GALLITANO ELEANOR M TR 

GALLO ROGER E 

GALLUP WILLIAM A JR / ROMANO PAMELA A 

GAMMACK RICHARD / PALMER DAWN 

GANNON JOHN J / GANNON PRISCILLA K 

GANZ SUSAN J / GANZ BRYAN S 

GARDENT HARRIET V TR / HARRIET V GARDENT NOMINEE TR 

GARGILL LYNN AVERY 

GARNER ROBERT N / GARNER KATHLEEN H 

GATCHELL G GORDON JR / GATCHELL ESTHER A 

GATELY JAMES F II TR / FOX LEASH REALTY TRUST 

GAUVIN MARY LOU 

GAYLEY MARY B TR / STRATER JAMES B TR 

GECHIJIAN ARA K 

GECHTER JERRY / GECHTER ANNE M 

GEFTER MALCOLM L 

GELINAS JOHN D TR / OLD WINTER REALTY TRUST 

GENOVESE JOSEPH C / GENOVESE LINDA J 

GENTILE KATHLEEN P TR / KP GENTILE TRUST NO 1 

GERNER HEINZ DIETER TR / 39 DEERHAVEN ROAD REALTY TR 

GERSON SAREEN R / LUFKIN MARTHA B G 

GERSTEIN DEBORAH A 

GERTZ DWIGHT L / WELLES VIRGINIA C 

GHAFFARI MAHMOOD REZA / GHAFFARI ROUDABEH 

GIENAPP ERICA L 

GIESE PAUL E / GIESE LUCRETIA H 

GIESEKE ERIC J / GIESEKE S DENISE 

GIMBEL KATHERINE 

GIMBEL KATHERINE J 

GLANZ MARCY 

GLASS FLORENCE M TR / GLASS JOHN B TR 

GLENDON RICHARD / GLENDON DIANA 

GLEYSTEEN JUDITH A / GLEYSTEEN MARCUS 

GLEYSTEEN MARCUS / GLEYSTEEN JUDITH 

GLYNN ASTRIDC / 

GOETEMANN MARK D / GOETEMANN UNJU S 

GOLAY RICHARD P TR / SLOAT LAUREN B TR 

GOLDBLATT MARK J / KAUFFMAN CAROL 

GOLDEN MARK / 

GOLDSTEIN MARK A / GOLDSTEIN MYRNA CHANDLER 

GOODMAN BRUCE G / SHAW LINDA S 

GOODRICH ALAN / FRAGALA ELIZABETH 

GOODWIN MARGARET M 

GOODWIN MARY D 

GORDON LAURA H 

GORMAN EVAN / 






LINCOLN RD 


10100 


101 


LINCOLN RD 


1756300 


123 


CHESTNUT CR 


492000 


23 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


834900 





OXBOW RD 


200 


80 


TRAPELO RD 


3078800 


334 


HEMLOCK CR 


509100 


324 


HEMLOCK CR 


503400 


315 


HEMLOCK CR 


457100 


127 


BEDFORD RD 


588000 





SANDY POND RD 


200300 


68 


WINTER ST 


686400 


20 


HILLSIDE RD 


913300 





FOX RUN RD 


400 


201 


TOWER RD 


850100 


46 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1993000 


14 


OLD WINTER ST 


2432300 


27 


MILL ST 


1051300 


103 


PAGE RD 


561500 


39 


DEERHAVEN RD 


864400 


127 


TRAPELO RD 


874700 


255 


LINCOLN RD 


676000 


42 


BEDFORD RD 


1266300 


22 


WARBLER SPRINGS R 


2233500 


15 


MEADOWBROOK RD 


962200 


32 


TOWER RD 


826000 


42 


GREENRIDGE LN 


405900 





CONCORD RD 


15600 


167 


CONCORD RD 


751500 


15 


FOX RUN RD 


1601500 


7 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


760500 


156 


CHESTNUT CR 


437000 


211 


LINCOLN RD 


1298700 


39 


SANDY POND RD 


1284500 


24 


BEAVER POND RD 


991200 


30 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


923500 


27R 


SOUTH COMMONS 


470200 


8 


SHORT HILL RD 


991400 


15 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


1068500 


5 


WOODS END RD 


1396400 


215 


SANDY POND RD 


1337000 


29D 


SOUTH COMMONS 


399500 


8B 


NORTH COMMONS 


86000 


122 


CHESTNUT CR 


449500 


22A 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


322200 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


17200 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

GORMAN EVAN GORMAN 

GRABILL MARTHA L 

GRAF ROBERT M / MCCAULEY THERESA L 

GRAHAM CYNTHIA A 

GRAHAM NORMA J 

GRASON EDNA B 

GRASSO MASSIMO P / BRODY JENNIFER 

GRAVES FRANK C TR / DUGAN CHRISTINE M TR 

GRAY PATRICIA D 

GREAVES ALLAN W / GREAVES THERESA D 

GRECO CARMINE A TR / YOUNG KATHLEEN M TR 

GREELEY JAMES M / GREELEY BERNICE C 

GREEN DAVID H 

GREEN JERRY R / GREEN PAMELA S 

GREEN MYRA J 

GREEN ROBERT V / GREEN THERESE T 

GREENBERG ADAM / GLICKMAN KATHRYN A 

GREENBERG SANDRA L 

GREENBERGER JOEL S / GREENBERGER CATHERINE GUYTON 

GREENE KATHLEEN M 

GREENHILL LINCOLN / GREENHILL KELLY 

GREESON JOSEPH B / GREESON JEANNIE L 

GREGG MARISA S / GREGG JOHN A 

GRIFFIN CHRISTOPHER J 

GRIGGS ANNETTE M / GRIGGS THOMAS I JR 

GRIMANIS MICHAEL P TR / GRIMANIS MARY A TR 

GRINDLAY JONATHAN E / GRINDLAY SANDRA K 

GRINNELL VIRGINIA B 

GROSS GERALD R / GROSS CINDY B 

GROSS THOMAS AO / GROSS JUDITH CF 

GROTZER TINA ANN 

GROWNEY ANDREA ELIZABETH TR / GROWNEY WALLACE TR 

GUAYMARCIAJ / 

GULDALIAN KRIKOR G / GULDALIAN ZOVINAR KALANDJIAN 

GULDBERG PETER / GULDBERG ALEXANDRA B 

GULDBERG PETER H / GULDBERG ALEXANDRA B 

GUMMERE JOHNL / 

GUNDY JENNIFER MORRIS / GUNDY WALTER D 

GUSTAVSON GLENN OLOF TR / MORTEN PATRICIA A TR 

GUTHKE KARL S / GUTHKE DAGMAR C 

GUZZI JILL D 

GYFTOPOULOS ELIAS P / GYFTOPOULOS ARTEMIS E 

HAARSTICK RAYMOND K / ANDREOTTOLA MARIA 

HAARSTICK RAYMOND K / ANDREOTTOLA MARIA 

HABER STUART S / MATATHIA ELLEN M 

HADLEY HENRY H / HADLEY JANNA P 



94 


PAGE RD 


751000 


22 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


489000 


30 


GOOSE POND RD 


1203600 


40L 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


110000 


7 


OAK MEADOW 


1318400 


143 


BEDFORD RD 


744600 


23 


BROOKS RD 


790800 


17 


OAK MEADOW 


1392600 


3 


GOOSE POND RD 


1188900 


5 


ROCKWOOD LN 


480800 


245 


TOWER RD 


1006900 


15 


LINWAY RD 


748200 


207 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1772900 


59 


TOWER RD 


1246300 


46 


ROUND HILL RD 


1822800 


21 


TOWER RD 


1138700 


48 


STONEHEDGE 


871100 


341 


HEMLOCK CR 


560900 


28 


BLUEBERRY LN 


1308400 


153 


CHESTNUT CR 


466700 


126 


LEXINGTON RD 


718700 


14 


MINEBROOK RD 


1195900 


11A 


SOUTH COMMONS 


385500 


36 


BROOKS RD 


548300 


47 


DEERHAVEN RD 


949400 





LINCOLN RD 


400 


195 


LINCOLN RD 


1508700 


33 


BEAVER POND RD 


903500 


8A 


NORTH COMMONS 


361300 


230 


CONCORD RD 


702400 


90 


MILL ST 


1208200 


172 


TRAPELO RD 


795400 


32C 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


86000 


10 


STRATFORD WY 


3192700 





OLD CONCORD RD 


8100 


263 


OLD CONCORD RD 


2339400 


15 


LEWIS ST 


741300 


8 


BOWLES TR 


631800 


59 


WESTON RD 


917800 


36 


HILLSIDE RD 


847600 


237 


LINCOLN RD 


1200900 


241 


TOWER RD 


1386000 


1 


SOUTH BROOK RD 


1619300 





SOUTH BROOK RD 


34900 


16 


LONG MEADOW RD 


1064400 


73 


OLD COUNTY RD 


943500 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

HADLOCK CHARLES R / HADLOCK JOANNE T 223 

HAESSLER DIANE F 15 

HAGGERTY JOHN S TR / HAGGERTY MARY JO B TR 5 

HALES CHARLES A / HALES MARY ANN 32 

HALL ANDREW Fill /HALL JUDITH A 71 

HALLOWELL LESLIE E / HALLOWELL ANDREW W 5 

HALLSTEIN HAROLD A III / HALLSTEIN SUSAN R 90 

HALPERN BETSEY / 225 

HALPIN MICHAEL G / HALPIN LYNNE C 1 1 

HALSTEAD RODD M / CASARELLA JUDITH A 153 

HALSTED DONALD Mill/ HALSTED REG I NA L 1 

HAMEL RICHARD P / 19A 

HAMILTON WILLIAM L / SAMPSON BARBARA C 126 

HAMMOND JOHN S III / HAMMOND NANCY C 

HAMMOND JOHN S III / HAMMOND NANCY C 46 

HAMMOND JOHN S III / HAMMOND NANCY C 52 

HANANIA BARBARA M 297 

HANIG ROBERT L / 124 

HANSON MADELINE A TR / HANSON FAMILY TRUST 1 5 

HAPGOOD NORMAN / HAPGOOD RUTH K 15 

HARDER DAVID W / GREENWALD DEBORAH F 112 

HARDIGG ELINOR / 61 

HARDING DAVID R/NYQUIST JANE 81 

HARDING SHEILA C 8-1 

HARDING SUSAN SHELBY / 7 

HARDMAN ANNA M / IOANNIDES YANNIS M 17 

HARGREAVES HEALD GEOFFREY/HARGREAVES HEALD BROOKE 24 
HARNEY PATRICIA M / DEAN LORRAINE C 1 01 

HAROIAN HENRY A TR / HAROIAN JESSICA S TR 270 

HARPELL DIANE C POULOS TR / ROUTE TWO FIRST TRUST 1 1 8 

HARRINGTON NANCY / MRS DONALD FORG 

HARRINGTON WINTHROP W JR TR / HARRINGTON ANDREA L TM22 
HARRINGTON WINTHROP W JR TR / HARRINGTON ANDREA L Tf 
HARRINGTON WINTHROP W JR TR / HARRINGTON ANDREA L Tf 
HARRINGTON WINTHROP W JR TR / HARRINGTON ANDREA L TF 
HARRINGTON WINTHROP W JR TR / HARRINGTON ANDREA L Tf 
HARRINGTON WINTHROP W JR TR / HARRINGTON ANDREA L Tf 
HARRINGTON WINTHROP W JR TR / HARRINGTON ANDREA L Tf 
HARRINGTON WINTHROP W JR TR / HARRINGTON ANDREA L Tf 
HARRINGTON WINTHROP W JR TR / HARRINGTON ANDREA L Tf 
HARRINGTON WINTHROP W JR TR / HARRINGTON ANDREA L Tf 122 
HARRIS DAVID R / HARRIS AMY L 4 

HARRIS ERIC A / BROOKS SUSAN F 1 38 

HARRIS EVELYN B 39 

HARRIS L MARJORIE / 123 

HARRIS MARILYN / 311 



SANDY POND RD 
STONEHEDGE 
PARTRIDGE LN 
HUCKLEBERRY HL 
SANDY POND RD 
WILLARCH RD 
LEXINGTON RD 
SANDY POND RD 
DEERHAVEN RD 
TOWER RD 
OAKDALE LN 
SOUTH COMMONS 
SOUTH GREAT RD 
WINTER ST 
WINTER ST 
WINTER ST 
SOUTH GREAT RD 
SOUTH GREAT RD 
HILLSIDE RD 
OLD CONANT RD 
SOUTH GREAT RD 
BEAVER POND RD 
LINCOLN RD 
RIDGE RD 
LONG MEADOW RD 
OLD CONCORD RD 
SANDY POND RD 
TOWER RD 
LINCOLN RD 
CAMBRIDGE TP 
BEDFORD RD 
TOWER RD 
TOWER RD 
TOWER RD 
TOWER RD 
TOWER RD 
TOWER RD 
TOWER RD 
TOWER RD 
TOWER RD 
TOWER RD 
BOWLES TR 
BEDFORD RD 
OLD SUDBURY RD 
LINCOLN RD 
HEMLOCK CR 



996600 

887300 

751800 

950200 

1766800 

702700 

970200 

973300 

757400 

1200800 

1230900 

373500 

851700 

71100 

1014800 

582300 

388600 

806100 

788400 

942900 

1230000 

925600 

2511400 

367300 

861400 

924300 

1690700 

661100 

725700 

367200 

97000 

1135166 

277 

78590 

174 

181 

380 

54839 

74301 

39531 

13300 

540600 

947200 

767500 

1243100 

411200 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

HARRIS MELVYN H / HARRIS NANCY M 

HARRISON BETH F / 

HARRISON HENRY F / HARRISON ELIZABETH H 

HARRISON HENRY F DUP / HARRISON ELIZABETH H 

HARRISON HENRY F DUP / HARRISON ELIZABETH H 

HARRISON RICHARD A / BRAITHWAITE ANN 

HARTMAN ROBERT E / HARTMAN MARY R 

HARVEY ROY L / WOLFF SUSAN 

HASLETT THOMAS R / HASLETT EMILY B 

HATSOPOULOS GEORGE N / HATSOPOULOS DAPHNE 

HATSOPOULOS JOHN N / HATSOPOULOS PATRICIA L 

HAUCK SHEILA I 

HAWKES GREGORY A / HAWKES ELAINE P 

HAWKEY TIMOTHY J / BRADSHAW KAREN L 

HAWKINS DEBORAH 

HAYES OLIVER W JR / HAYES PAULA LF 

HEALEY ANNE MARIE / 

HEART FRANK E / HEART JANE S 

HEIJN CORNELIS JR 

HEIN ALAN V TR / PAGE KATHERINE HALL TR 

HELLER ANN CZERWONKA / 

HELLER ERIC J / HELLER SHARL L 

HELMUS TODD A / HELMUS ANN A 

HENDERSON JAMES R 

HENDERSON JAMES R / HENDERSON NANCY S 

HENDERSON ROBERT S TR / TWO GILES RD REALTY TRUST 

HENDRICKSON ROBERT A / HENDRICKSON RUTH A 

HENKEN H DAVID / MILLS MELISSA D 

HENRY TIMOTHY M / FINN ALICE N 

HERBERT LAUREN 

HERLACHER LARRY R / HERLACHER JANE B 

HERSCH PHYLLIS R 

HERSCHBACH DUDLEY R / HERSCHBACH GEORGENE B 

HERSHJAYS / HERSH JOYCE C 

HERTHEL LAURENCE D 

HERTHEL LAURENCE D TR / HERTHEL PAULINE TR 

HERTHEL LAURENCE D TR / HERTHEL PAULINE TR 

HERTHEL LAURENCE D TR / HERTHEL PAULINE TR 

HERTZEL DANIEL / HERTZEL JENNIFER 

HESSLER JOHN C / HESSLER SANDRA SCHULTZ 

HESSLER JOHN C / HESSLER SANDRA S 

HESTER LEON B / 

HESTER LEON B 

HEWITT ELIZABETH C / HEWITT GEORGE C 

HEWITT MARK S / HEWITT MACHIKO S 

HIBBEN GEORGE C / HIBBEN JULIA K 



19 


CONANT RD 


1029600 


51 


WINTER ST 


858100 


18 


WINTER ST 


1645400 





WINTER ST 


86000 





WINTER ST 


75700 


248 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


647500 


14 


MOCCASIN HL 


804700 


40 


STONEHEDGE 


846500 


26 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1679100 


233 


TOWER RD 


2075100 


3 


WOODCOCK LN 


2193500 


42B 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


312200 


237 


TOWER RD 


975200 


198 


CONCORD RD 


627800 


69 


PAGE RD 


1822200 


261 


CONCORD RD 


698000 


17 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


499000 


94 


CONANT RD 


906500 


165 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


645700 


23 


TODD POND RD 


1256500 


23 


GREENRIDGE LN 


436700 


55 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1630500 


5 


HILLIARD RD 


937800 


6 


GILES RD 


817000 





GILES RD 


45400 


2 


GILES RD 


997900 


253 


CONCORD RD 


614100 


20 


MEADOWBROOK RD 


1959400 


176 


TOWER RD 


533200 


3D 


SOUTH COMMONS 


98000 


7 


BROOKS HL 


1041300 


131 


TRAPELO RD 


779400 


116 


CONANT RD 


934000 


146 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


773500 





CONCORD RD 


429100 


199 


CONCORD RD 


1657300 





SOUTH GREAT RD 


569100 





SOUTH GREAT RD 


532000 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


429900 


218 


TOWER RD 


1 500500 


55 


SANDY POND RD 


5563800 


14 


HILLIARD RD 


1241700 





HILLIARD RD 


30000 


31 


BAKER FARM 


758700 


2B 


NORTH COMMONS 


328500 





WESTON RD 


42700 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

HIBBEN GEORGE CTR / HIBBEN JULIA KTR 

HIBBEN GEORGE C TR / HIBBEN JULIA KTR 

HICKS ROBERT C / HICKS SARAH D 

HIDAKA JOANNE MARIE / 

HIERONYMUS RAMELLE M 

HIGGINS BONNIE H / 

HILL CRAIG C / HILL HEATHER D 

HILL JOHN E / BUDRESKI MARY T 

HINGSTON JOSEPH A / HINGSTON GLORIA M 

HOBBS BROOK FARM COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

HOBBS BROOK FARM COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

HOBBS BROOK FARM COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

HOBBS BROOK FARM COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

HOBBS BROOK FARM COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

HOBBS BROOK FARM COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

HOBBS BROOK FARM COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

HOBBS BROOK FARM COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

HOBBS BROOK FARM COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

HOBBS BROOK FARM COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP 

HOBSON DAVID A / HOBSON ELIZABETH R 

HOCH JONATHAN D / HOCH CAREY L 

HOCH REIMAR HH / RN HOEHN 

HOCHBERG BETSY B 

HODGES PETER W / HODGES JEANINE M 

HOEHLER HARRY H TR / HOEHLER JUDITH L TR 

HOENIG STEPHEN J / DERMAN MELANIE P 

HOFFENBERG STEVEN D / 

HOFFMAN KERRY CLARKE TR / HOFFMAN PAUL A TR 

HOFFMAN STEVEN / CARLSON JEANINE 

HOGAN JAMES / HOGAN MARY JANE 

HOLBERTON PHILIP V / HOLBERTON ANNE BLODGET 

HOLBROOK GEORGE / HOLBROOK SARAH 

HOLCOMB ROBERT C / HOLCOMB SANDRA L 

HOLDEN LAWRENCE T JR TR / HOLDEN SARAH C TR 

HOLDEN LAWRENCE T JR TR / HOLDEN SARAH C TR 

HOLDEN SARAH C 

HOLDEN SARAH CANNON TR / HOLDEN LAWRENCE T JR TR 

HOLDEN SARAH CANNON TR / CANNON WALTER BRADFORD 

HOLLAND PETER A / HOLLAND MARJORIE L 

HOLLAND SUSAN / 

HOLLINGSWORTH LOWELL M / HOLLINGSWORTH FLORENCE S : 

HOLLINGSWORTH SUSAN H / HOLLINGSWORTH MARK JR 

HOLLINGSWORTH SUSAN H / HOLLINGSWORTH MARK JR 

HOLLISTER J SALLY BOSTON 

HOLTROP MARIJKE E 

HOOVER HENRY B JR TR / GIESE LUCRETIA H TR 



75 


WESTON RD 





WESTON RD 


129 


TOWER RD 


232 


TOWER RD 


13 


OAK MEADOW 


226 


TOWER RD 


72 


WINTER ST 


57 


TODD POND RD 


115 


MILL ST 


260 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


258 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


5 


REILING POND RD 


7 


REILING POND RD 


9 


REILING POND RD 


11 


REILING POND RD 


14 


REILING POND RD 


12 


REILING POND RD 


6 


REILING POND RD 


8 


REILING POND RD 


31 


BEDFORD LN 


149 


TOWER RD 





FARRAR RD 


99 


TRAPELO RD 


23 


BLUEBERRY LN 


332 


HEMLOCK CR 


25 


LONG MEADOW RD 


36 


GREENRIDGE LN 


45 


OLD CONCORD RD 


208 


TOWER RD 


32D 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


151 


TOWER RD 


42D 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


37 


BLACK BURNIAN RD 


60 


WESTON RD 





WESTON RD 





WESTON RD 





WESTON RD 





SILVER HILL RD 


8 


PINE RIDGE RD 


35 


TODD POND RD 


18 


TWIN POND LN 


7 


LINCOLN RD 





LINCOLN RD 


139 


BEDFORD RD 


61 


OXBOW RD 


154 


TRAPELO RD 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

HOOVER HENRY B JR TR / GIESE LUCRETIA H TR 

HOPENGARTEN FREDRIC J / HERR BETTY E 

HOPKINS JOANNA 

HOPKINS MARK / YAMAMOTO MARGARET M 

HOPKINS ROBERT P / HOPKINS MARY W 

HOPLAND JAN EGIL / HOPLAND BARBARA L 

HORGENTURID / MILLER CRISPIN M 

HORNE BENJAMIN TR / HORNE JEAN Y TR 

HORWITZ PATRICIA F TR / HORWITZ REALTY TRUST 

HOUTZEEL ALEXANDER / HOUTZEEL HELGARD EG 

HOVEYDA AMIR H / GREY SUZANNE 

HOWARD JOHN D / 

HOWLAND WESTON III / HOWLAND SUSANAH B 

HOWLAND WESTON III / HOWLAND SUSANAH B 

HOWLAND WESTON III / HOWLAND SUSANAH B 

HOWLAND WESTON III TR / WOODVALE FARM LAND OWNERS 

HSIEH JENNIFER /TSAURBORYEU 

HSU BO YEE LEUNG TR / HSU NIEN HSI TR 

HSU CHENG PEI / HSU MAGGIE WW 

HSU LEE K G/ YEE LING V 

HSU MICHAEL SHIH / HSU DORA WU 

HSU NIEN HSI / 

HUANG CHI CHENG / HUANG KRISTIN FOGG 

HUANG TAI SAN TR / HUANG FU MEI TR 

HUBBARD ELIOT 

HUBBARD MARY 

HUEBER JOHNW 

HUEBER JOHN W / GNAGEY MARCIA G 

HUG CHRISTOPHER N / BUTLER BARBARA A 

HUI DEREK C / 

HULECKI ANNE W 

HULECKI WINNIFREDM / 

HULL KENNETH R 

HUNTER IAN W / JONES LYNETTE A 

HURD KENNETH E / HURD PAMELA B 

HUSS WILLIAM R / 

HUTCHINSON JAMES M / HUTCHINSON ANNE F 

HUYNH CUONG THIEU / LO LYDIA 

HYLTON KEITH N / HYLTON MARIA OBRIEN 

IDE KENTON J / IDE CHRISTEL 

ILIESCU ESTHER 

INGARD SVEN ERIK / INGARD SUSAN STRAKA 

IRELAND DAVID G / IRELAND DIANA L 

IRWIN SANDRA TAYLOR / TAYLOR JULIUS W 

ISAACS KENNETH C A / ISAACS ROBIN F 

IVES KATHERINE C TR / BEDFORD ROAD REALTY TRUST 






TRAPELO RD 


3900 


6 


WILLARCH RD 


841300 


7 


LINWAY RD 


770100 


8 


CEDAR RD 


823900 


48 


BEDFORD RD 


782600 


18 


DEER RUN RD 


1483300 


5 


HAWK HILL RD 


874900 


26 


TODD POND RD 


1139500 


68 


CONANT RD 


1356000 


66 


TODD POND RD 


1427900 


152 


TRAPELO RD 


1623400 


18 


OAK MEADOW 


1150800 





PAGE RD 


70700 


40 


PAGE RD 


2048400 





PAGE RD 


517800 





PAGE RD 


92500 


19 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


2600700 


17 


ORCHARD LN 


1183900 


3 


OAK KNOLL RD 


702200 


20 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1170200 


56 


ROUND HILL RD 


1194800 


6 


PARTRIDGE LN 


790900 


12R 


NORTH COMMONS 


461500 


12 


ACORN LN 


865000 


24 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


505200 


123 


TRAPELO RD 


848300 


55 


BEAVER POND RD 


874300 


47 


BEAVER POND RD 


1299600 


18 


BEAVER POND RD 


834200 


8-4 


RIDGE RD 


263100 


12 


STOREY DR 


1058400 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


375700 


189 


TOWER RD 


598400 


6 


OAKDALE LN 


1137200 


21 


LEXINGTON RD 


1728700 





OXBOW RD 


1200 


53 


STONEHEDGE 


1555700 


275 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


359700 


5 


OAKDALE LN 


1143800 


178 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


675900 


36 


DEERHAVEN RD 


772100 


34 


TABOR HILL RD 


808600 


9 


SMITH HL 


1453900 


192 


WESTON RD 


806600 


5 


PAGE RD 


1934800 


70 


BEDFORD RD 


1136400 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

JABS WALTER W / JABS LILLIAN P 

JACKSON HUSON TR / 37 TABOR HILL RD NOMINEE TRUST 

JACOBS DAVID / JACOBS LOUISE AKILLIAN 

JACOBY ANN A TR / SWENSON JACK W TR 

JAHRLING ROBERT V / JAHRLING CATHERINE H 

JAHRLING ROBERT V / JAHRLING CATHERINE H 

JAHRLING ROBERT V / JAHRLING CATHERINE H 

JAHRLING ROBERT V / JAHRLING CATHERINE H 

JAHRLING ROBERT V / JAHRLING CATHERINE H 

JAMES HAMILTON R / JAMES WALESKA E 

JAMES WILLIAM D / JAMES HOLLY M 

JAMIESON WENDY J / GERO LISEC 

JANES ANN B / 

JARRELL KEVIN A / JARRELL BRENDA H 

JARVIS ELAINE C / 

JAY QUENTIN C / JAY JULIE WARD 

JENAL IRENE D / 

JEVON ROBERT WJR 

JEWETT JULIE DAVIS TR / LINCOLN COTTAGE NOMINEE TRUST 

JHAANILD / JHA STEFANIA R 

JOANNES AMYLEE O TR / JOANNES FARM REALTY TRUST 

JOHNSEN ROBERT U TR / BEDFORD STREET TRUST 

JOHNSON BARBARA A / 

JOHNSON EDWARD A / JOHNSON MARTHA E 

JOHNSON ERNEST L / 

JOHNSON ERNEST L / 

JOHNSON GLADYS / 

JOHNSON HW / JOHNSON M JEANNINE 

JOHNSON KIMMOND ALLAN 

JOHNSON KIMMOND ALLAN 

JOHNSON RICHARD / JOHNSON MARGARET K 

JOHNSON RICHARD / JOHNSON DONNA 

JOHNSON STEPHEN P / JOHNSON PAULA D 

JOHNSTON CAROLYN B 

JONES SUSAN C / 

JOSEPH THOMAS / JOSEPH LEELAMA 

JULIAN EDWARD A / JULIAN ELLEN H 

KADLEC SCOTT / KADLEC ANGELA 

KAFINA MARTIN J / KAFINA THERESA A 

KAGANSKYILYA / 

KAHNJOELA / KAHN DEBORAH C 

KAMAN CHARLES H TR / MALIN MAUREEN A TR 

KANIA JOHN V / KANIA HOLLY H 

KANIAJOHNV / 

KANNER STEVEN R / KANNER LINDA B 

KANTHETI SATISH / PULAPARTI RENUKA 



234 


ASPEN CR 


454900 


37 


TABOR HILL RD 


1108000 


192 


SANDY POND RD 


1139300 


126 


CHESTNUT CR 


438700 





CANAAN DR 


19100 





CANAAN DR 


59600 





BEDFORD RD 


3000 





BEDFORD RD 


5100 


10 


CANAAN DR 


2347800 


63 


TODD POND RD 


1121500 


1 


SWEET BAY LN 


1189700 


10D 


NORTH COMMONS 


438800 


34 


CONANT RD 


793300 


19 


MOCCASIN HL 


1070800 


73 


TODD POND RD 


1003100 


95 


LEXINGTON RD 


712400 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


387200 


9 


TRAPELO RD 


990100 


28 


WINTER ST 


1350700 


3 


WHEELER RD 


1065800 


153 


LEXINGTON RD 


757900 


155 


CHESTNUT CR 


497800 


22C 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


171700 


127 


TOWER RD 


843800 


146A 


LINCOLN RD 


474400 


146B 


LINCOLN RD 


425900 


138 


SANDY POND RD 


744500 


29 


GOOSE POND RD 


1068600 





RED RAIL FARM 


1188 


22 


RED RAIL FARM 


856659 


1 


GRASSHOPPER LN 


1110000 


8 


MACKINTOSH LN 


1031100 


10 


TWIN POND LN 


2098800 


246 


ASPEN CR 


564400 


97 


LINCOLN RD 


1474100 


34 


BLACK BURNIAN RD 


1144600 


104 


TODD POND RD 


1358700 


15 


OLD COUNTY RD 


1260000 


5 


GILES RD 


759900 


19B 


SOUTH COMMONS 


362900 


15 


TODD POND RD 


1438800 


10 


OAK MEADOW 


1146300 


91 


TOWER RD 


746800 





TOWER RD 


40100 


12 


BYPASS RD 


1325700 


24R 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


347900 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

KANTROW ALAN M / KOEHLER DEBORAH J 

KANZER WILLIAM M / KANZER DEBORAH SABIN 

KAO PETER SIAO SUNG / KAO MEI LIN 

KARL HERMAN A / KARL SUZANNE C 

KARL HERMAN A / KARL SUZANNE C 

KASPUTYS MARILYN / KASPUTYS JOSEPH E 

KASS EDWARD H / KASS AMALIE M 

KASS SUSAN L 

KASSABIAN JOHN J / KASSABIAN CAROL H 

KATSUKI DAVID / KATSUKI COLLEEN S 

KAUFMAN MARCIA W / MRS JOSEPHSON 

KAYE ALICES / 

KEEVIL CHARLES S JR / KEEVIL HANNAH M 

KEILEY PHILIP L / KEILEY EVELYN V 

KELLER SUSAN D / 

KELLEY ANDREW J / KELLEY IRENE N 

KELLY JOHN W II / KELLY AMY LOVELL 

KELMAN JONATHAN L / BOARDMAN PAMELA D 

KENDRICK MARVIN H JR / KENDRICK KATHLEEN S 

KENNEDY ALBERT E / CAROLYN KENNEDY 

KENNEDY DONALD G / KENNEDY JEAN 

KENNEDY JOHN P / KENNEDY SYLVIA 

KENNEDY LAND CORPORATION / KENNEDY CAROLYN M 

KENNELLY ELLEN L / 

KEOWN WAYNE A / KEOWN HELENA F 

KERN EDWARD C JR / KERN PRISCILLA D 

KERREBROCK BERNICE M TR / KERREBROCK REALTY TRUST 

KESHISHIAN VARTAN / EBRAHIMI KESHISHIAN SEDA 

KESSEL JOSEPH B / KESSEL LESLEY J 

KETTERINGHAM SUSAN M 

KEUTMANN MARIE 

KEUTMANN MARIE 

KHANASAD / 

KILGORE LESLIE A / 

KIM ADELINE 

KIM SUNGWOON / KIM SUNGSIL 

KIM SUNGWOON / KIM SUNGSIL 

KIM YANG J / KIM JANE 

KIMBALL JOHN R H / KIMBALL JOAN C F 

KIMBERK FREDERICK S / WYSOCKA DOROTA 

KIMNACH ELIZABETH 

KINDLEBERGER SARAH 

KING CHARLES III 

KING ELEANOR T 

KING PAY SHIN / KING TONG I 

KING STEPHEN / KING GAIL M 



6 


OAK MEADOW 


1451000 


9 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


581400 


24 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


979400 


15 


TRAPELO RD 


1066800 





TRAPELO RD 


2000 


148 


SANDY POND RD 


3985600 


16 


TODD POND RD 


1780700 


29B 


SOUTH COMMONS 


120000 


37 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


510200 


226 


CONCORD RD 


957500 


109 


TRAPELO RD 


771000 


12 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


524700 


134 


TRAPELO RD 


1005400 


30R 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


130000 


50 


TODD POND RD 


349300 


33 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


500800 


3B 


SOUTH COMMONS 


365200 


7 


BOWLES TR 


820600 





WESTON RD 


100 





OLD COUNTY RD 


5500 


143 


CHESTNUT CR 


465600 


22 


DEERHAVEN RD 


972200 





WINTER ST 


65600 


37 


NORTH GREAT RD 


1076900 


169 


BEDFORD RD 


540200 


41 


LAUREL DR 


857600 


108 


TOWER RD 


883200 


17 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


1197100 


9 


HUNTLEY LN 


719700 


234 


CONCORD RD 


845400 


12 


RED RAIL FARM 


539800 


68 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


608100 


153 


BEDFORD RD 


712400 


2C 


NORTH COMMONS 


146800 


16C 


NORTH COMMONS 


379100 


253 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1115500 





OLD CONCORD RD 


3300 


20 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


637100 


14 


HILLSIDE RD 


856500 


137 


WESTON RD 


1119500 


222 


ASPEN CR 


500200 


14A 


NORTH COMMONS 


359700 


18 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


688500 


97 


WESTON RD 


754600 


6 


ORCHARD LN 


593600 


28 


WHEELER RD 


1763800 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

KING WILLIAM A / KING ELIZABETH P 

KIRSHE HENRY A / KIRSHE BEVERLY 

KITTREDGE JUDITH R / 

KJELLANDER MARY H / KJELLANDER JAMES C 

KLEIN MAX M / OAKLANDER ANNE LOUISE 

KLEM CHRISTOPHER A / KLEM SUSAN M 

KLEM WALTER / KLEM MARY J 

KLING JOHN D / KLING LOUISE A 

KLOBUCHAR JOHN A TR / KLOBUCHAR MARIBETH TR 

KLUGE ARTHUR F / KLUGE SUSAN C 

KNOWLTON ANNE RAKER 

KNOX WENDELL J / KNOX LUCILE ALGERE 

KO NAI N / KO JULIA KS 

KO NAI NAN / KO JULIA KOANG SHIH 

KOCH VICTOR R / DOLPH BARBARA 

KOCHMANN CAROL C / RITZ JOHN J 

KOEHLER EDWARD F / KOEHLER MARGARET M 

KOENIG JOHN L / KOENIG SUSAN W 

KOLLER LAURA F 

KONSTANDAKIS NICHOLAS 

KONTOS JASON G / KONTOS JENNIFER M 

KORNFELD GEORGE R / KORNFELD HU LEN 

KOSOWSKY RICHARD P / KOSOWSKY PATRICIA R 

KOTOV ALEXEY 

KOUMANTZELIS VAIA I / KOUMANTZELIS ARTHUR G 

KRAFT ALFRED L / MEANY MADALON C 

KREGER DAVID / BODNER RONIT Z 

KREIDLER ANNE H 

KROIN LAWRENCE E 

KROUK GORDON DAFNA TR / 

KRUSINSKI THOMAS S / KRUSINSKI CAROLYN L 

KRZYWICKI JOHN E / BRIGGS MARY H 

KUBIK JAMES C / KUBIK ELIZABETH B 

KUEHNLE MANFRED R / 

KUHNS ROGER J TR / KAPLOW MICHAEL TR 

KUMAR ANIL / KUMAR SUPARNA 

KUMLER KIPTON C TR / 28 BEAVER POND REALTY TRUST 

KUPPERSTEIN ROBERT / MCCRORY EILEEN M 

KURTZ ARTHUR N / DONNELL MOIRA 

KUSIK CHARLES L / KUSIK WENDY L 

LABADINI LAWRENCE 

LACHICA VICTOR F / HOLMES LOIS JEAN 

LACKNER GRAYBIEL JAMES R / LACKNER GRAYBIEL ANN M 

LADYLIN PROPERTIES LP / CRANBERRY HILL ASSOC 

LAFAUCI NICHOLAS A / LAFAUCI SYLVIA A 

LAFERRIERE TIMOTHY J / LAFERRIERE DEANNA L 



57 


LINCOLN RD 


737400 


215 


ASPEN CR 


439100 


135 


CHESTNUT CR 


496600 


8 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


609000 


14 


BROOKS RD 


985300 


168 


TRAPELO RD 


1032000 


41 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


525200 


47 


FARRAR RD 


622200 


27 


CONANT RD 


685300 


111 


OLD COUNTY RD 


1268900 


49 


STONEHEDGE 


1148800 


4 


LAUREL DR 


2214800 


40 


TABOR HILL RD 


4555900 


27 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1321600 


5 


FRIDOLIN HL 


1539400 


9 


BROOKS HL 


925600 


10 


HIDDENWOOD PT 


677200 


132 


BEDFORD RD 


587000 


10B 


NORTH COMMONS 


120000 


22 


OLD CAMBRIDGE TP 


780300 


6B 


NORTH COMMONS 


327600 


14 


ORCHARD LN 


616200 


4 


GOOSE POND RD 


1225800 


12 


STONEHEDGE 


845900 


38 


ROUND HILL RD 


1803700 


20 


FARRAR RD 


1015400 


10 


BEAVER POND RD 


899400 


214 


ASPEN CR 


506500 


24 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


839100 


20 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


694300 


14 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


567700 


198 


LINCOLN RD 


1185500 


185 


LINCOLN RD 


1049300 


22 


DEER RUN RD 


2269700 


160 


TOWER RD 


1079100 


99 


CONANT RD 


1616500 


28 


BEAVER POND RD 


1932665 


216 


CONCORD RD 


863300 


10 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1113500 


209 


LINCOLN RD 


845900 


38R 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


110000 


24L 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


120000 


32 


BOYCE FARM RD 


972400 


55 


OLD BEDFORD RD 


26480400 


167 


LEXINGTON RD 


1053500 


146 


BEDFORD RD 


625700 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

LAHNSTEIN RICHARD K 

LAI ELMER A 

LANE KATHLEEN F 

LANG ANITA F / 

LANG EDMUND W 

LANG RICHARD E / LANG BETTY LEE 

LANGTON JANE G TR / THE BAKER FARM RD REALTY TRUST 

LATTIMORE GERALDINE H / LATTIMORE DAVID 

LAUKIEN ROBYN L 

LAWLER JUDITH A / ANDERSON ROSINA 

LAWRENCE JACOB TR / 

LAY KENNETH W TR / LAY VIRGINIA TR 

LAYTON JANE 

LAZARIDIS LAZARUS J / LAZARIDIS SUZANNE 

LEACH PRISCILLA 

LEANING JENNIFER / BARRON RUTH A 

LECHTENBERG EDWARD L / HARKAWAY JILL E 

LECLAIRE JOHN R / HODGES RUTH A 

LEE ALAN / LEE DEBORAH ANN PEEBLES 

LEE CHAIN / LEE ALICE 

LEE DAVID / LEE VALERIE AR 

LEE ISABELS / 

LEE JENG SHIN / YU SYIN YIN 

LEE MIKE M/ LEE BEJAR 

LEE RICHARDS / GUMP JOSEPHINE K 

LEE SHIH YING / LEE LENA Y 

LEE THOMAS H 

LEGATES JOHN C 

LEGATES JOHN C 

LEGER DAVID C / BARNABA GINA MARY 

LEGER NORMAN H / LEGER MARY F 

LEGGAT BARBARA B 

LEIGH NANCY V / THOMPSON DAVID F 

LEMIRE ROBERT A / LEMIRE VIRGINIA M 

LENICKBARRYJ 

LENINGTON ROBERT L TR / LENINGTON CAROLYN J TR 

LENNON JAMES V / RUSHBY KATHY A 

LEONELLI JOHN S / LEONELLI ANNE C 

LERMAN ELIZABETH T 

LESANTO DEVELOPMENT CORP / 

LEVI THOMAS C / KING JOYCE M 

LEVIN BETTY TR / LEVIN REALTY TRUST 

LEVINE MITCHELL J 

LEVINSON MARK 

LEVY DAVID E / LEVY PATRICIA M SCANLON 

LEVY DAVID S / LEVY KARIN C 



192 


CONCORD RD 


476600 


46B 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


118200 


6 


GOOSE POND RD 


1124700 


20 


GARLAND RD 


1739300 


5 


TABOR HILL RD 


876200 


33 


WINTER ST 


1034200 


9 


BAKER FARM 


1113700 


2 


BEDFORD RD 


1006500 


12 


SMITH HL 


1262800 


44 


BEAVER POND RD 


1267100 


236 


ASPEN CR 


524400 


23 


GOOSE POND RD 


967600 


26A 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


87600 


110 


TOWER RD 


752800 


38L 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


130000 


113 


TOWER RD 


993600 


27 


STOREY DR 


1331700 


150 


TRAPELO RD 


1528500 


296 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


706000 


12L 


NORTH COMMONS 


446100 


15 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


969700 


22 


GREENRIDGE LN 


381600 


9 


BEDFORD LN 


833000 


4 


SMITH HL 


1066500 


53 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1571300 


11 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


882100 


31 


OLD FARM RD 


2235600 


14 


CANAAN DR 


1353900 





CANAAN DR 


33000 


4 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


703500 


16 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


482600 


81 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


953400 


3 


UNDERWOOD CR 


967100 


241 


ASPEN CR 


539000 


42A 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


86000 


31 


BOYCE FARM RD 


860000 


54 


TOWER RD 


712400 


3 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


758200 


20 


STONEHEDGE 


802800 


21 


STOREY DR 


511600 


7 


HILLSIDE RD 


998100 


16 


OLD WINTER ST 


652852 


21 


BEDFORD LN 


1205200 


8-2 


RIDGE RD 


256700 


38 


TOWER RD 


769700 


3 


SOUTH BROOK RD 


1262400 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

LEVY DAVID S / LEVY KARIN C 

LEVY MORRIS S TR / LEVY WENDY W TR 

LEVY RAYMOND A / LEVY NONNY CANGELOSI 

LEWANDOWSKI MARC S 

LEWIN EMANUEL G 

LEWIN EMANUEL G 

LEWIS CONSTANCE A 

LEWIS RUSSELL / REEVE KAREN 

LEWIS WM DAVID / LEWIS KAREN 

LEXINGTON RD DEVEL LMTD PART / 

LEXINGTON RD DEVEL LMTD PART / 

LEXINGTON RD DEVEL LMTD PART / 

LEXINGTON RD DEVEL LMTD PART / 

LEXINGTON RD DEVEL LMTD PART / 

LIMINGCHEM/LIJUNEK 

LIBMAN MARCIA R / 

LIE HENRY W JR 

LIE HENRY W JR 

LIEM KAREL R / LIEM HETTY K 

LIEPERT ANTHONY G 

LIEPINS ATIS A / LIEPINS DIANA 

LIEPMANN W HUGO / LIEPMANN J CYNTHIA 

LIN AUGUSTINE TR / LIN SUSAN TR 

LINCOLN CROSSING LLC / 

LINCOLN HOMES CORPORATION / 

LINCOLN OLD TOWN HALL CORP / MARGARET A BOYER TR 

LINCOLN ROBERT A / LINCOLN MARY S 

LING PHOEBE Y 

LINTON JOHN R / LINTON LAUREN M 

LINTOTT JAMES TR / 21 GARLAND ROAD NOMINEE TRUST 

LINTOTT JAMES TR / 3 DEER RUN ROAD NOMINEE TRUST 

LINTOTT JAMES W TR / 23 BEDFORD RD NOMINEE TRUST 

LIPCON ELI / LIPCON JANET P 

LIPSEY STEVE / LIPSEY MICHAELA M 

LIPSON FRAN 

LITTLE JOHN DC / LITTLE ELIZABETH A 

LIU DENNIS C / STEWART JAMIA L 

LIVENS MARY ANN HARRIS 

LIVERMORE ISABEL K / LIVERMORE ROBERT JR 

LOCKE CAROL A / STOLL ANDREW L 

LOCKWOOD DUNBAR JR / LOCKWOOD IRENE P 

LOEWENSTEIN DAVIDA G 

LOHEED PHILIP N / LOHEED PATRICIA S 

LONG CATHRYN CHERNE TR / LONG FAMILY REALTY TRUST 

LONGNECKER LUCIA D ROSSONI / LONGNECKER THOMAS 

LOOF MARTIN / WEBSTER LOOF MELINDA A 






SOUTH BROOK RD 


23900 


161 


LEXINGTON RD 


718600 


23 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


576800 


3 


BOWLES TR 


550400 


105 


TOWER RD 


956700 





TOWER RD 


17900 


19C 


SOUTH COMMONS 


386800 


2D 


NORTH COMMONS 


325700 


7 


OAKDALE LN 


1031700 


118 


LEXINGTON RD 


699000 


116 


LEXINGTON RD 


586500 


122 


LEXINGTON RD 


528200 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


644100 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


534200 


23 


OAK MEADOW 


1207600 


16B 


NORTH COMMONS 


359100 


67 


BEDFORD RD 


1397800 


67 


BEDFORD RD 


55700 


10 


OAKDALE LN 


1098500 


108 


TRAPELO RD 


1054500 


28 


BOYCE FARM RD 


833100 


15 


GRASSHOPPER LN 


989000 


15 


ORCHARD LN 


569300 


160 


LINCOLN RD 


1210900 


I-95 


WELLS RD 


6158600 


25 


LINCOLN RD 


297700 


15 


MINEBROOK RD 


1829600 


21C 


SOUTH COMMONS 


355500 


9 


OAKDALE LN 


1126800 


21 


GARLAND RD 


1941200 


3 


DEER RUN RD 


1201200 


23 


BEDFORD RD 


2187600 


4 


SWEET BAY LN 


2057500 


12 


PAGE FARM RD 


1168200 


10 


BROOKS HL 


1052300 


37 


CONANT RD 


857500 


130 


LEXINGTON RD 


569400 


76 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


571000 


19 


BAKER FARM 


1057300 


35 


OLD WINTER ST 


790400 


69 


SILVER HILL RD 


1203900 


29 


LONG MEADOW RD 


921700 


23D 


SOUTH COMMONS 


444800 


85 


LEXINGTON RD 


1042300 


22 


BAKER FARM 


1162700 


159 


BEDFORD RD 


515400 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

LOUD ROBERT L / LOUD GWYNETH E 

LOVELL CAROL A 

LOVERING EMILY B 

LOW STEPHEN R / LOW BARBARA B 

LU ZHIPENG / CAI KEWEN A 

LUDDEN JOHN M / LUDDEN SUSAN F 

LUFTLUDWIGTR / LUFT ANNE DORE TR 

LUPO ROBERT N TR / TOWER REALTY TRUST 

LV REALTY LLC / 

LYMAN MARY S TR / 219 SANDY POND REALTY TRUST 

LYMAN RICHARD B JR TR / DUNN LYMAN KATHLEEN A TR 

LYNCH DANIEL L JR / LYNCH ANN T 

LYNCH JOHN P / STEFFEK JENNIFER 

LYONS RICHARD K 

LYTLE WILLIAM JR 

MABBS EDWARD / MABBS MARGARET 

MACBRIDE MARY B 

MACDONALD STEWART G JR / MACDONALD CYNTHIA D 

MACDOWELL BRUCE S / 

MACDOWELL BRUCE S / 

MACDOWELL ROY S JR 

MACH MICHAEL R / MACH STACY S 

MACINNISHAZELA 

MACKENZIE MURDOCK J / MACKENZIE ADELINE A 

MACKLIN JEFFERSON E / MACKLIN SHANNON R 

MACKLIN JEFFERSON E / MACKLIN SHANNON R 

MACLEAN ALEXANDER S 

MACLEAN CORINNE C / 

MACLEAN JOHN K / MACLEAN GRACE H 

MACMAHON LUCIA TODD 

MACMILLAN MORSE JEANNE / 

MACNEIL BRUCE M 

MACNEIL JOHN C / MACNEIL MADGE AL 

MACNEIL RONALD L / MACNEIL WENDY SNYDER 

MADDOX MICHAEL M 

MAHAN ANASTASIA W TR / AW MAHAN TRUST NO 1 

MAHONEY JOHN D / MAHONEY ELEANOR D 

MAIER EMANUEL / MAIER SYLVIA 

MAKI MARK W / MAKI MARGARET W 

MALANOWSKI JOHN S TR / MALANOWSKI SUSAN B TR 

MALLOY DAVID C / 

MALLOY ROBERT M JR / MALLOY DAVID C 

MALONEY BERNARD C JR 

MALONEY JOSEPH G / WILLS JOANNA M 

MANDELKORN RICHARD S / WELSH SUSAN L 

MANDILE JOHN R TR / HUNTLEY LANE REALTY TRUST 



64 


CONANT RD 


793200 


11 


BLUEBERRY LN 


1017300 


177 


BEDFORD RD 


793200 


16 


BLUEBERRY LN 


984400 


11 


SMITH HL 


1134900 


20 


BEAVER POND RD 


753700 


3 


HILLSIDE RD 


705600 


131 


TOWER RD 


606800 


170 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


521000 


219 


SANDY POND RD 


945500 


124 


CHESTNUT CR 


494200 


221 


ASPEN CR 


561200 


136 


LINCOLN RD 


367100 


40 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


456100 


113 


CHESTNUT CR 


486700 


21 


STONEHEDGE 


1162100 


38 


TODD POND RD 


356800 


24 


WHEELER RD 


3843800 


335 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


496100 


331 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


489100 





OLD SUDBURY RD 


9741 


15 


WINTER ST 


1197500 


264 


LINCOLN RD 


544200 


80 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


702800 


5 


OLD CONANT RD 


906300 





OLD CONANT RD 


2100 


53 


WINTER ST 


584100 


21 


TRAPELO RD 


822800 


21 


FARRAR RD 


921400 


120 


LINCOLN RD 


601000 


344 


HEMLOCK CR 


548300 


247 


LINCOLN RD 


1020900 


65 


OXBOW RD 


2153700 


247 


CONCORD RD 


547500 


8 


LAUREL DR 


832900 


158 


SANDY POND RD 


894200 


54 


CONANT RD 


863700 


11 


WOODCOCK LN 


1140000 


34A 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


100000 


11 


OAKDALE LN 


982200 


252 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


382500 





CONCORD RD 


353300 


27 


BYPASS RD 


433300 


49 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


637000 


65 


BEAVER POND RD 


1101000 


15 


HUNTLEY LN 


609700 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

MANGINI TIMOTHY J /WINCHELL JANE M 22 

MANOS CHRISTOPHER G / MANOS LAURIE A 1 

MANSFIELD FREDRICK L / MANSFIELD M JOAN F 12 

MANUEL JOHN 22B 

MANZELLI JOHN / MANZELLI DOROTHY 245 

MARCH TAMAR / COOPER SHERWIN H 38 

MARCKS RONALD H / MARCKS BARBARA W 33 

MARCOTTE ROBERT E JR / MARCOTTE SARAH G 119 

MARCUVITZ ANDREW / MARCUVITZ EILEEN 1 

MARLEYDEREKJ 112 

MARLEY DEREK JAY / 90 

MARONI KEVIN J TR / BRANFORD LN TRUST NO 1 2 

MARONI MARILYN P TR / MP MARONI TRUST NO 1 

MARSDEN PETER V / MARSDEN MARY E 9 

MARSH PAUL E 61 

MARSH PAUL E 61 

MARSHALL PEYTON J III TR / 23 BEAVER POND REALTY TRUST 23 

MARSHALL PEYTON J III TR / 23 BEAVER POND REALTY TRUST 

MARTIN KRISTIN A / 8C 
MARTIN ROBERT TORRENCE TR / ROBERT TORRENCE MARTIN 1 152 

MARTIN WALTER F II / FISHER MARTIN MARGO P 14 

MARTIN WINSLOW / MARTIN ANN B 342 

MASCARI RITA / MASCARI LUCIANO 29 

MASH I MO MARTHA 21 

MASON ELIZABETH R / MASON MAX M 289 

MASON ROBERT H /MASON ERICA A 136 

MASON WILLIAM C TR / MASON VIRGINIA J TR 9 

MASSACHUSETTS CENTERS INC 9 

MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY / C/O BARBARA PATZNER 72 

MASSACHUSETTS PORT AUTHORITY / C/O BARBARA PATZNER 83 



MASTERSON MARK R / MASTERSON MARY B 
MATOT GLENN E / MATOT GAIL J 
MATTES SARA A / RITZ JEROME 
MATTHEWS JUNE L 

MATTLAGE RODGER A / BRINKMAN PATRICIA A 
MAXYMILLIAN NEAL A / 
MAY LINDA C 

MAYFIELD GLOVER B / MAYFIELD GALE S 
MAYNARD NICHOLAS / MAYNARD ELIZABETH 
MCALEER HAROLD T / MCALEER SHIRLEY M 
MCBRIDE MARY B TR / MB MCBRIDE TRUST NO 1 
MCCABE ROBERT W / DEVLIN MAUREEN E 
MCCANN PETER M / MCCANN ELLEN MORRIS 
MCCANN SYLVIA H TR / MCCANN JOHN B TR 
MCCART ROBERT D TR / MCCART ROSE MARIE TR 
MCCARTHY DONALD I / MCCARTHY NANINE 



35 

5 

71 

35 

184 

5 

35 

62 

34 

82 

40 

96 

7 

50 

26 

34 



OLD WINTER ST 
FORESTER RD 
MACKINTOSH LN 
INDIAN CAMP LN 
LINCOLN RD 
WINDINGWOOD LN 
PAGE RD 
CAMBRIDGE TP 
FOX RUN RD 
TRAPELO RD 
BEDFORD RD 
HUCKLEBERRY HL 
TRAPELO RD 
SILVER BIRCH LN 
BEDFORD RD 
BEDFORD RD 
BEAVER POND RD 
BEAVER POND RD 
NORTH COMMONS 
SOUTH GREAT RD 
GILES RD 
HEMLOCK CR 
DEERHAVEN RD 
SUNNYSIDE LN 
SOUTH GREAT RD 
WESTON RD 
STONEHEDGE 
RIDGE RD 
OLD BEDFORD RD 
VIRGINIA RD 
GOOSE POND RD 
UNDERWOOD CR 
CONANT RD 
GREENRIDGE LN 
CONCORD RD 
LONG MEADOW RD 
SANDY POND RD 
BIRCHWOOD LN 
TOWER RD 
BIRCHWOOD LN 
TODD POND RD 
CONCORD RD 
WINCHELSEA LN 
DEERHAVEN RD 
LEWIS ST 
BROOKS RD 



834300 

1230100 

981900 

86000 

503200 

574600 

919300 

508800 

1043900 

1363900 

582700 

1576800 

55400 

551600 

1470900 

49600 

1993000 

29100 

323600 

803900 

995600 

479600 

945300 

540600 

623700 

2029100 

825500 

2768700 

580300 

508100 

1068900 

1171000 

1158300 

398700 

712900 

1105600 

1806000 

692900 

1092000 

1170500 

245100 

530600 

1433100 

854200 

758200 

858500 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

MCCARTHY PAUL J / MCCARTHY WLADYSLAWA J 

MCCARTHY PAUL J / MCCARTHY WLADYSLAWA J 

MCCARTHY SARAH H / 

MCCARTHY STEPHEN J / MCCARTHY PHOEBE DARE ANDERSOI^ 

MCCARTY WALTER / MCCARTY ERIN MUIRHEAD 

MCCUNE WILLIAM J / 

MCCUNE WILLIAM J JR / MCCUNE ELISABETH J 

MCCUNE WILLIAM J JR / MCCUNE ELISABETH J 

MCCUNE WILLIAM J JR / MCCUNE ELIZABETH J 

MCCUNE WILLIAM J JR / MCCUNE ELISABETH J 

MCDONALD SUSAN A / 

MCDOUGALD RONALD J / 

MCEACHERN MICHAEL M / MCEACHERN BERNADETTE YAO 

MCGARRY MICHAEL / MCGARRY SHELLY 

MCGEAN GEOFFREY B / MCGEAN PATRICIA E 

MCGINTY KERRY 

MCHUGH JAMES F / MCHUGH KATHERINE S 

MCINNES BARBARA J / 

MCKAY WILLIAM / MCKAY MARY L 

MCKEE PATRICIA E / JENNINGS ROBERT C 

MCKENNEY JAMES HARVEY III / MCKENNEY JANIS CROSBY 

MCKNIGHT ELEANOR J 

MCLAUGHLIN JAMES M 

MCLAUGHLIN JAMES M 

MCLAUGHLIN MICHAEL J / MCLAUGHLIN BETH A 

MCLAUGHLIN PETER / MCLAUGHLIN JAMES 

MCMORROW MAUREEN C / MCMORROW RICHARD H JR 

MCNAIR ELIZABETH H / 

MCNAMARA JULIET M RAGO TR 

MCNAY BETH P 

MCNERNEY JOHN PETER / MCNERNEY NATALIE B 

MCNERNY MARY E / MITCHELL STEVEN J 

MCQUAID RICHARD F / MCQUAID JANICE L 

MEADE ANNE K / MEADE DOUGLAS W 

MEADORS JAMES M / MEADORS ELLEN B 

MECSAS MICHAEL E / MECSAS MARY J 

MEEHAN THERESA 

MEEKER DAVID P / MEEKER SUSAN S 

MEHRA SAMIR / PANCHMIA SHIVANI 

MELA THEOFANIE / ARMOUNDAS ANTONIS A 

MELANSON LEONARD J / MELANSON MARY 

MELARAGNO VANESSA L / 

MELLEN M SCOTT / MELLEN JENNIFER R 

MENKIS JONATHAN / MENKIS LINDA M 

MERETZKY STEVEN E / ROCK ELIZABETH H 

MERFELD DANIEL M / 



9 


UPLAND FIELD RD 


954900 





UPLAND FIELD RD 


253200 


23 


DEERHAVEN RD 


766300 


43 


ROUND HILL RD 


1289800 


5 


STRATFORD WY 


2381300 


228 


OLD CONCORD RD 


2234700 


262 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1151900 





OLD CONCORD RD 


5400 





OLD CONCORD RD 


98600 


14 


OLD CONCORD RD 


770300 


361 


HEMLOCK CR 


461100 


22 


LINCOLN RD 


977500 


155 


TOWER RD 


898500 


149 


OLD COUNTY RD 


740800 


51 


OLD CONCORD RD 


670900 


2 


BLUEBERRY LN 


1133200 


7R 


SOUTH COMMONS 


472500 


14 


FOX RUN RD 


895600 


56 


SANDY POND RD 


2510400 


36 


LINCOLN RD 


732500 


6 


PAGE FARM RD 


1135100 


341 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


452800 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


20200 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


1100 


5 


OLD WINTER ST 


952500 


320 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


261600 


58 


TRAPELO RD 


1450600 


17L 


SOUTH COMMONS 


433000 


52 


TODD POND RD 


402000 


23 


SANDY POND RD 


1149900 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


440000 


4 


HILLSIDE RD 


599900 


26 


LINCOLN RD 


804900 


235 


ASPEN CR 


458400 


72 


BEAVER POND RD 


839500 


220 


SANDY POND RD 


953000 


5 


DEERHAVEN RD 


888000 


9 


STRATFORD WY 


2681100 


18L 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


413400 


14 


OAK MEADOW 


1009700 


1 


CEDAR RD 


503500 


27 


GREENRIDGE LN 


228600 


2 


LINWAY RD 


45200 


62 


BEAVER POND RD 


1041300 


41 


BROOKS RD 


915800 


108 


CONCORD RD 


467400 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

MERULLO ANTHONY D / MERULLO DONNA M 

MESHULAN DEBORAH TR / ONE AIRPORT REALTY TRUST 

MESSINA ELENA C 

MESSMER ALAN E / MESSMER DEBORAH 

MEYER EUGENE B / MEYER MELISSA S 

MEYER WILLIAM E / ROBERGE MEYER NANCY 

MEYERSON JOEL W / KEMPNER E DAPHNE 

MIANO PETER J / RISLEY DANA R 

MICHEL THOMAS M / LEWIS SARA M 

MICHENER SUSANAH H 

MIDDLETON NEIL B / ALLEN SUSAN 

MIKKELSON JOANNE M / 

MILAN DONALD B / MILAN ELLEN 

MILLAR ELIZABETH A 

MILLARD DONALD A JR / MILLARD CATHERINE C 

MILLARD DONALD A JR TR / MILLARD JOHN D TR 

MILLER ANNS 

MILLER ARTHUR R 

MILLER DARYL / MILLER PATRICIA 

MILLER DAVID A TR / YAGJIAN JOHN TR 

MILLER HAROLD T / MILLER MARCHETA A 

MILLER KEITH W / MILLER JANET C 

MILLER NATALIE S 

MINEHAN CATHY E 

MINER BRIAN E / MINER LINDA M 

MINTZ NORBETT L / MINTZ CAROL I PURDY 

MINUTEMAN COMMONS LLC 

MINUTEMAN TECH VHS 

MINUTEMAN TECH VHS 

MIROFF GLENN F / 

MISRA BUOY M / MISRA SUBARNA L 

MITCHELL KENNETH / MITCHELL TARA LYNN 

MIXON SCOTT I / MIXON ISABEL 

MOHN SUSAN W / WORSH ARTHUR J 

MOHR BONNIE J / 

MOHR JOHN J / MOHR JEAN F 

MOLDAVE PETER M / MOLK LAUREL D 

MOLLICA RICHARD F / CARLSON KAREN J 

MONAGHAN JOANNE / 

MONTERO PETER C / MONTERO RUTH W 

MONTGOMERY JILL O 

MONTGOMERY MAURICE R JR / 

MONTIE CAROLYN / MONTIE PAUL 

MONTIE CAROLYN H / MONTIE PAUL A 

MOORE GEOFF / VARNEY JODEE A 

MOORE JAMES F / MOORE JOANNE C 



27 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


627800 


12 


AIRPORT RD 


451600 


41 


STONEHEDGE 


1297500 


3C 


SOUTH COMMONS 


240100 


31 


TRAPELO RD 


3997100 


173 


BEDFORD RD 


718900 


102 


TODD POND RD 


1101600 


9 


GILES RD 


699300 


66 


BEAVER POND RD 


1106600 


117 


TOWER RD 


589000 


45 


WESTON RD 


837900 


21 


OAK MEADOW 


863100 


152 


CHESTNUT CR 


420100 


23B 


SOUTH COMMONS 


364200 


6 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1074800 


26 


TABOR HILL RD 


1621300 


9C 


SOUTH COMMONS 


352400 


65 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1836200 


176 


TRAPELO RD 


992600 


37 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


846200 


1 


HAWTHORNE CR 


1035300 


15 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1188000 


107 


OLD COUNTY RD 


1006100 


3 


OAK MEADOW 


1180500 


227 


LINCOLN RD 


1632200 


2 


OLD CONANT RD 


859200 


82 


VIRGINIA RD 


622900 


10 


MILL ST 


701300 


16 


MILL ST 


682500 


28R 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


161500 


180 


BEDFORD RD 


537100 


15 


GARLAND RD 


1887300 


6 


ACORN LN 


761900 


9D 


SOUTH COMMONS 


434000 


54 


LINCOLN RD 


607500 


100 


TOWER RD 


1367500 


40 


CONANT RD 


1017900 


8 


HILLSIDE RD 


815900 


14B 


NORTH COMMONS 


313300 


28 


FARRAR RD 


850200 


9A 


SOUTH COMMONS 


346500 


139 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


550500 


105 


TRAPELO RD 


885400 


29 


LINCOLN RD 


1360700 


176 


BEDFORD RD 


540000 


78 


WINTER ST 


3134400 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

MOORE JAMES F / MOORE JOANNE C 

MOORE JAMES W / MOORE ELIZABETH H 

MOORE MURVALE H JR TR / MOORE NEGARRE HESHMAT TR 

MORAN DAVID R / BECKWITH MARY W 

MORAN KYLE F 

MORAN THOMAS B 

MORGAN EDWARD H / MORGAN TERRI T 

MORGAN ELLEN S 

MORGAN HENRY M TR / OLD CONCORD ROAD TRUST 

MORGAN HENRY M TR / OLD CONCORD ROAD TRUST 

MORGANTI VICTOR M / MORGANTI HELGA 

MORITZ KATHY LEE TR / 135 LEXINGTON RD REALTY TRUST 

MORITZ KATHY LEE TR / 133 LEXINGTON RD REALTY TRUST 

MORLEY PATRICK / MORLEY TARA 

MORRISSEY J NEIL / MORRISSEY MARY F 

MORRISSEY J NEIL / MORRISSEY MARY F 

MORSE MERNA E TR /ME MORSE REALTY TRUST 

MOSES MEREDYTH H TR / MOSES JOHN M TR 

MOSS KAREN M 

MOSS LEONARD G / MOSS FRANCES S 

MOSS PHILIP N / MOSS JANE B 

MOSS SIDNEY 

MOSS SILKE V 

MOSTUE BROOKS A / MOSTUE PATRICIA M 

MOTCH ALAN / WALTCH AMY 

MOUYUNGAN / 

MOUNT WAYNE D / MOUNT CLAIRE L 

MOURTZINOU GEORGIA / PASCHALIDIS IOANNIS 

MOZZI ROBERT L / MOZZI RUTH M 

MRAKOVICH DAVID V / MRAKOVICH GERTRUDE A 

MRUGALA ANTHONY J 

MRUGALA ANTHONY J 

MUELLER GERALD R / MUELLER MARLIES 

MUELLER JANE K TR / MUELLER ROBERT K TR 

MULCAHY DOUGLAS J / MULCAHY BEVERLY T FERRIS 

MULLETT WILLIAM / DEMBSKI MARLENE 

MULLETT WILLIAM / DEMBSKI MARLENE 

MUNDT KEVIN / MUNDT JAYNE 

MUNDT KEVIN / MUNDT JAYNE 

MUNROE WILLIAM C JR / MUNROE MARY W 

MURPHY BARTHOLOMEW D TR / SILVERSTEIN SARA TR 

MURPHY MARGUERITTE S 

MURPHY PATRICK J / COLBY CHARLENE J 

MURPHY WILLIAM J JR / MURPHY H LOUISE 

MURRAY JOHN B / MURRAY DOREEN G 

MURRAY JOHN W / MURRAY HEATHER E KOROSTOFF 






WINTER ST 


52900 


13 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


655200 


11 


HIDDENWOOD PT 


679300 


37 


FARRAR RD 


1003800 


25A 


SOUTH COMMONS 


348500 


34 


GREENRIDGE LN 


174000 


174 


CONCORD RD 


718000 


58 


TOWER RD 


796000 


237 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1617400 




OLD CONCORD RD 


10500 


101 


LEXINGTON RD 


1048500 


135 


LEXINGTON RD 


1311900 


133 


LEXINGTON RD 


584400 


80 


LEXINGTON RD 


1766400 


23 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


389170 


23 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


277432 


25 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


579600 


4 


STOREY DR 


1293900 


29 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


545100 


14 


WOODCOCK LN 


810800 


123 


WESTON RD 


886800 





LINCOLN RD 


78300 


128 


LINCOLN RD 


888300 


53 


BEDFORD RD 


1263500 


24 


OAK MEADOW 


1194800 


133 


CHESTNUT CR 


457500 


123 


TOWER RD 


848200 


217 


SANDY POND RD 


1446300 


79 


AUTUMN LN 


727600 


26 


BYPASS RD 


713400 


70 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


90900 


72 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


526600 


20 


DEERHAVEN RD 


911500 


12 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1147300 


29 


FARRAR RD 


871400 


18 


PAGE FARM RD 


1266700 





PAGE FARM RD 


170500 


145 


WESTON RD 


4094600 





WESTON RD 


54000 


9 


SANDY POND RD 


1 1 54800 


39 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


639800 


257 


CONCORD RD 


1151600 


4 


OAK KNOLL RD 


625000 





OXBOW RD 


700 


16D 


NORTH COMMONS 


442300 


63 


CONANT RD 


1740900 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

MUSCOLO GABRIELLA 

MUTSCHLER LOUIS H / MUTSCHLER PHYLLIS 

MUZILAPATRIK / 

MUZILAPATRIK / 

MUZILA PETER / MUZILA ALYSON 

MUZILA PETER / MUZILA ALYSON 

MYER ANITA KREMGOLD / 

MYGATT SAMUEL G / MYGATT SUSAN M HALL 

MYLES THERESA ANNE 

NABIH EVA B TR / TOWER ROAD TRUST 

NADOLSKI ROSEMARY / NADOLSKI THOMAS 

NAGEL ALBERT F 

NAGY JOHN 

NAIMAN ALARIC 

NAIMAN ALARIC TR / BRODNEY LAWRENCE TR 

NAIMAN MARK L TR / NAIMAN ADELINE L TR 

NAJARIAN CAROLANN S 

NAJARIANJAYJ / 

NAJARIAN K GEORGE / 

NAJJAR MICHAEL E TR / EDWARD G NAJJAR PER RES TRUST 

NARAYAN RAMESH / NARAYAN VANI 

NARDI EDWARD G / NARDI JEAN B 

NARDONE NANCY E 

NASTUKRUTHAL / 

NATHANIEL ROBERT 

NAZARIANS ALICE / 

NEELY CAMERON M / 

NEILEY ALEXANDER H / NEILEY DIANA B 

NEILEY ALEXANDER H / NEILEY DIANA B 

NEISTER JOHN 

NENNEMAN RICHARD A TR / NENNEMAN KATHERINE L TR 

NERI JOHN P / NERI INGRID 

NESSEN E RICHARD 

NEUHAUS EDMUND 

NEURATH PAUL / NEURATH KAREN 

NEWCOMBE CHARLES A TR / 17 FARRAR RD TRUST 

NEWELL SAMUEL A / NEWELL ILANA WIND 

NEWMAN MARY SHAW 

NICHOLS ANTHONY R / SALLEE MARY LOU 

NICHOLS RICHARD K / NICHOLS HEIDI S 

NICHOLSON KATHRYN M 

NICKERSON ELIZABETH PERKINS 

NIEMANN DEIRDRE W TR / NIEMANN REALTY TRUST 

NIEMIEC GARRICK L / NIEMIEC DOROTHY 

NIU PATRICIA / SU JIAZHENG 

NOAH ROBERT B / WITHROW ELLEN S 



27 


BEDFORD LN 


909000 


23 


BOYCE FARM RD 


929800 


109 


TODD POND RD 


3683300 





TODD POND RD 


101800 


89 


TODD POND RD 


834900 





TODD POND RD 


168600 


14D 


NORTH COMMONS 


421700 


37 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1518300 


152 


SANDY POND RD 


869800 


95 


TOWER RD 


1017900 


258 


CONCORD RD 


524300 


26 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


596600 


3 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


566400 


12 


HUNTLEY LN 


949300 





HUNTLEY LN 


48200 


1 


MOCCASIN HL 


658600 


8 


MOCCASIN HL 


923400 


26D 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


389200 


11 


LAUREL DR 


1528200 


30 


GARLAND RD 


1567600 


22 


OAK MEADOW 


1026000 


37 


BEDFORD RD 


1249100 


19 


GOOSE POND RD 


1147200 


232 


ASPEN CR 


456400 


10 


CERULEAN WY 


2629100 


36D 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


354900 


76 


DAVISON DR 


2254700 


74 


WINTER ST 


925700 





WINTER ST 


48200 


41 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1235600 


314 


HEMLOCK CR 


428200 


109 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


464400 


12 


GRANVILLE RD 


888600 


285 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


488700 


33 


FARRAR RD 


708600 


17 


FARRAR RD 


945100 


75 


TODD POND RD 


1361600 


23 


WHEELER RD 


2220800 


44R 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


130000 


208 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1927800 


14 


MEADOWDAM RD 


1166300 


3 


LEXINGTON RD 


1090500 


6C 


NORTH COMMONS 


407500 


177 


LINCOLN RD 


890700 


11 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


458500 


14 


PAGE FARM RD 


1620000 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

NOAH ROBERT B / WITHROW ELLEN S 

NOCKLES WILLIAM A / NOCKLES DIANE F 

NOLL LORIANNE / 

NOPAKUN SUVITYA / NOPAKUN APILAJ 

NORRIS LINDSAY 

NOTKIN LEONARD / NOTKIN ANN 

NOVAK KALMAN TR / NOVAK NELLIE TR 

NOWAK MARTIN / NOWAK URSULA 

OBRIEN CATHERINE M / 

OBRIEN JOSEPH A TR / OBRIEN VIRGINIA B TR 

OBRIEN JUDITH A 

OBRIEN MARY T 

OBRIEN MICHAEL T / OBRIEN JANE E 

OCONNOR JOHN T / PETERSON PATRICE A 

ODENCEL PHILIP / ODENCE BETHANY J T 

ODIO STEPHEN A / BERTON DEENA A 

OHAGAN PATRICIA M TR / PATRICIA M OHAGAN NOMINEE TR 

OHL JOHN W / OHL KATRINA S 

OHLSTEN CONSTANCE K / OHLSTEN RICHARD E 

OLDFIELD TIMOTHY J / MCMILLAN LINDA T 

OLIVERI JAMES / OLIVERI DOROTHY M 

OLOUGHLIN JOHN M / OLOUGHLIN JOANNE R 

OLSEN KENNETH H / OLSEN ELVA LIISA AULIKKI 

OLSON SETHA MARGARET / ROSENBAUM RICHARD L 

ONEIL DAVID / ONEIL BARBARA M 

ONEILL PHILIP D JR / ARROWOOD LISA G 

ONIGMAN MARC P / ONIGMAN MAUREEN 

ORGEL ROBERT S / ORGEL ELIZABETH N 

OROURKE KEVIN / OROURKE AMANDA N HILL 

ORR RONALD B / ORR DEBRA N 

ORY ANDREW D / ORY LINDA G HAMMETT 

OSIT MADELINE / MAUDE DANIEL 

OSTERMAN IRIS K / 

OSUR STACY G 

OTTENBERG JOHN C / ATWOOD GWENDOLYN C 

OTTENBERG JOHN C / ATWOOD GWENDOLYN 

OUTTEN HENRY P / OUTTEN NANCY K 

PAGANO ROBERT P TR / PAGANO DIANE L TR 

PAGE BEATRICE R 

PAGE DEBORAH L 

PAGE ELISABETH H / 

PAGE PATRICIA H TR / PATRICIA H PAGE REALTY TRUST 

PAGE SUSAN F / 

PAGLIERANI LAWRENCE A PAIGE / PAGLIERANI PAMELA P PAIG 

PAIK SUNGIK FRANCIS / PAIK WANDA Y 

PAINE ROBERT G JR / PAINE MARY E 






PAGE FARM RD 


25600 


11 


HILLSIDE RD 


660500 


254 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


1035000 


12 


DEER RUN RD 


1093200 


158 


BEDFORD RD 


434100 


30 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


581500 


213 


ASPEN CR 


453600 


33 


CONANT RD 


1698700 


27 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


972800 


4 


LINWAY RD 


751300 


34D 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


346300 


29 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


445400 


163 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


975000 


67 


LINCOLN RD 


968700 


44 


FARRAR RD 


720700 


56 


CONANT RD 


1137100 


270 


CONCORD RD 


1501300 


4 


MEADOWBROOK RD 


736200 


45 


GREENRIDGE LN 


391400 


207 


SANDY POND RD 


907300 


152 


LEXINGTON RD 


543000 


37 


LONG MEADOW RD 


904800 


2 


WESTON RD 


1882000 


17 


BOYCE FARM RD 


763700 


4 


MOCCASIN HL 


896500 


11 


BLACK BURNIAN RD 


1390100 


98 


CODMAN RD 


709000 


17 


GILES RD 


1110000 


53 


LINCOLN RD 


933500 


172 


BEDFORD RD 


836400 


15 


SANDY POND RD 


5408100 


4 


CERULEAN WY 


3076100 


22 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


1019000 


61 


SANDY POND RD 


2307300 


186 


WESTON RD 


603700 


207 


CONCORD RD 


1076000 


3 


TOWER RD 


919100 


140 


CONCORD RD 


1562400 


32 


HILLSIDE RD 


893900 


142 


BEDFORD RD 


524000 


149 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


577700 


109 


CONANT RD 


1034800 


58 


SANDY POND RD 


1545100 


16 


PINE RIDGE RD 


770800 


16 


MINEBROOKRD 


1205800 


351 


HEMLOCK CR 


448100 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

PALMER ATTELIO A TR / PALMER KATHRYNE 

PALMER BERYL / 

PALMER GERALD D / PALMER JEAN B 

PANETTA FRANK J JR TR / COUNTRY FARM REALTY TRUST 

PANETTA FRANK J TR / LEXINGTON ROAD REALTY TRUST 

PANETTA FRANK J TR / LEXINGTON ROAD REALTY TRUST 

PANETTA RACHEL / PANETTA RICHARD J JR 

PANETTA ROSEMARY D / 

PANETTA THERESA J TR / 283 CAMBRIDGE TP REALTY TRUST 283 

PANETTA THERESA J TR / 279 CAMBRIDGE TP REALTY TRUST 279 

PANG SAMUEL C 

PANTAZELOS PETER G / PANTAZELOS HYTHO H 

PANTAZIS JOHN A / PANTAZIS NINA 

PAPOVSKY MIKHAIL / 

PARISI PAUL A / PARISI MARGARET A 

PARKE NATHAN G IV / PARKE ANN I 

PARKE NATHAN G IV / PARKE ANN I 

PARKS ADDISON / PARKS STACEY 

PARKS ADDISON D / PARKS STACEY 

PARKS STACEY A / PARKS ADDISON 

PARMENTIER JAMES L / FOWLER ELIZABETH 

PARSONS DAVID W / PARSONS MARY B 

PARSONS MICHAEL TR / SECOND LINCOLN REALTY TRUST 

PASCOE THOMAS E 

PATERA ANDDIE CHAN / PATERA ANTHONY T 

PATTERSON JEFFREY H / PATTERSON ELOISE C 

PATTERSON JEFFREY H TR / POLAR BEAR REALTY TRUST 

PAUL CHRISTOPHER F / 

PAYNE ANDREW C / PAYNE KELLY A 

PEARMAIN CLAIRE ANNE TR 

PEARMAIN CLAIRE ANNE TR 

PEARMAIN W ROBERT / PEARMAIN CLAIRE P 

PEAVYLEO / PEAVY ELIZABETH 

PEERY ASHTON / WOLF KATHERINE A 

PEERY ASHTON / WOLF KATHERINE A 

PEHL MICHAEL / PEHL RANDA J 

PEHL MICHAEL / PEHL RANDA J 

PEIRCE DANIEL C / PEIRCE BEVERLY B 

PELON BERNARD M M / PUTUKIAN LISA A PELON 

PELTZ LAWRENCE / RIEMER NANCY 

PENDERGAST EDWARD H TR / BENCHMARK TRUST 

PENDERGAST EDWARD H TR / BENCHMARK TRUST 

PENDERGAST MARK J / PENDERGAST HEATHER E 

PEREIRA DAN 

PERERA GUIDO R JR / PERERA JOAN HULME 

PERERA GUIDO R JR / PERERA JOAN HULME 



140 


LINCOLN RD 


419600 


16A 


NORTH COMMONS 


154800 


247 


TOWER RD 


962700 


109 


PAGE RD 


957800 


1 


REILING POND RD 


399800 


3 


REILING POND RD 


404800 


99 


PAGE RD 


456800 


274 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


418100 


283 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


527900 


279 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


684500 


4 


BROOKS HL 


1174800 


12 


WOODCOCK LN 


1525000 


26 


GARLAND RD 


1894300 


36 


GOOSE POND RD 


1016300 


12 


WHEELER RD 


1789800 





SOUTH GREAT RD 


22900 


111 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1071100 





WESTON RD 


770000 


39 


WESTON RD 


971100 


28 


LINCOLN RD 


950600 


175 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


667600 


36 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


641600 


33 


TABOR HILL RD 


1796300 


7L 


SOUTH COMMONS 


461800 


5 


STONEHEDGE 


1045400 


15 


BEAVER POND RD 


1425000 





BEAVER POND RD 


509600 


52 


BEAVER POND RD 


1895100 


83 


TOWER RD 


1211300 


217 


CONCORD RD 


1079100 





CONCORD RD 


3700 





WINTER ST 


53300 


111 


CHESTNUT CR 


514000 


50 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1315800 





OLD CONCORD RD 


57700 





PAGE RD 


165400 


18 


PAGE RD 


4501700 


10 


SMITH HL 


1177200 


145 


TRAPELO RD 


768100 


10 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


852200 


58 


BEDFORD RD 


2847400 





BEDFORD RD 


699300 


15D 


SOUTH COMMONS 


451800 


15B 


SOUTH COMMONS 


156800 





OLD CONCORD RD 


96700 


121 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1439700 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

PERERA GUIDO R JR / PERERA JOAN HULME 

PERKINS JACQUELINE L / 

PERKINS JACQUELINE L 

PERKINS SAMUEL P / PERKINS CHARLOTTE H 

PERLMAN SAMUEL S / PERLMAN MARJORIE E 

PERLMUTTER STEVEN P / PERLMUTTER TERRY E 

PERRY CHRISTOPHER D / PERRY SYLVIA K 

PERRY JOHN R / PERRY MARILYN H 

PERZ JOAN 

PESKIN BARBARA / PESKIN CAROL 

PETERDIAJOHN 

PETERSON MARY E 

PETERSON MARY E 

PFUETZE GRETCHEN 

PFUETZE GRETCHEN A 

PHELPS ROBERT H TR / PHELPS ELIZABETH K TR 

PHILLIPPS PATRICK / PHILLIPPS JANICE 

PHILLIPPS PATRICK / PHILLIPPS JANICE 

PHO JOHNNY C / PHO ADA 

PIANKA WALTER EDWARD / PIANKA ANN CARLEEN 

PICCOLI KAREN S / 

PICKETT ANDREW C 

PICKETT ROBERT C / PICKETT MARTHA 

PICKMAN ANTHONY / PICKMAN ALICE L 

PIECE GEOFFREY B / PIECE BETTE J 

PERSON MARIE MARTHA HANAFIN / PIERSON MARK M 

PIETROPAOLO VINCENT P / PIETROPAOLO MAGGY A 

PIKE BERTRAM N 

PIKE JOHN A / PIKE MARY S 

PIKE JOHN A / PIKE MARY S 

PINGEON HENDON C / PINGEON KATE M 

PINGEON JAMES R / GRAVER ELIZABETH 

PINO FRANK J 

PINO FRANK J 

PISTORIO JUDITH C / YANKUM STEPHEN J 

PLUKAS JOHN M / DELONE ANNE M 

POLAROID CORPORATION / 

POLINO ROSAMARIA / BOMBARA MARK A 

POLITZER NANCY LOUISE 

PONN NANCY 

POTTER RUTH F 

POULAKOS KOULI MICHAEL / POULAKOS VIRGINIA CONTI 

POULOS CHARLES L 

POULOS CHARLES L / POULOS SOPHIE 

POWERS MARTIN J / POWERS DIANA L 

PRESTON KATHARINE M / 






OLD CONCORD RD 


3400 


32 


GREENRIDGE LN 


390600 


11 


OLD COUNTY RD 


889800 


8 


TODD POND RD 


1254900 


31 


ROUND HILL RD 


2414100 


90 


TODD POND RD 


1398600 


23 


OLD FARM RD 


1064700 


224 


ASPEN CR 


486800 


12 


BOYCE FARM RD 


785500 


299 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


388700 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


366000 


17 


MEADOWBROOK RD 


542500 


159 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


622000 


92 


DAVISON DR 


642700 


90 


DAVISON DR 


1445800 


28 


LONG MEADOW RD 


821800 


8 


HAWK HILL RD 


1233500 





HAWK HILL RD 


39900 


15 


GREENRIDGE LN 


394500 


103 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


720000 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


302000 


12 


LONG MEADOW RD 


1081900 


70 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


513100 


213 


CONCORD RD 


1716900 


114 


CHESTNUT CR 


476400 


25 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


554900 


2 


UNDERWOOD CR 


1057600 


52 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


646400 


20 


CONANT RD 


1375600 





CONANT RD 


48400 


9 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1356700 


47 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


1113700 


24 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


330600 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


64400 


142 


SANDY POND RD 


716200 


20 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1880500 





OLD CONANT RD 


156800 


44L 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


110000 


26C 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


86000 


64 


DAVISON DR 


1389300 


93 


TOWER RD 


881500 


327 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


442200 


17 


BYPASS RD 


435000 


10 


DEERHAVEN RD 


702000 


133 


LINCOLN RD 


693900 


33 


LINCOLN RD 


933600 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

PREVITE DOMENIC A JR / PREVITE ANN MARIE 

PRIVITERA SALVATORE S TR / PRIVITERA FAMILY TRUST 

PROTOPAPA SEJFI 

PRUITT STEPHEN L / PRUITT DENISE F 

PRUSSING CARL / PRUSSING KAREN S 

PUFFER RICHARD F JR / PUFFER MARGARET G 

PUGH ALEXANDER L III / PUGH JULIA S 

PURVIS ALSTON W 

QUAN MARY 

QUAYLE DWIGHT W / MANEGOLD DEBORAH K 

QUELCH JOHN A / QUELCH JOYCE A 

QUELCH JOHN A / QUELCH JOYCE A 

QUINN KATHARINE T / 

RAAG VALVO / RAAG KAIJA E 

RAAG VALVO / RAAG KAIJA E 

RAGGIO GABRIEL / RAGGIO ALEJANDRA S 

RAGO CHRISTINA TR / FIRST MARCUS TRUST 

RAJA ELLEN A TR OF THE EA / RAJA TRUST NO 1 

RAMELLE C ADAMS TR / ADAMS FAMILY REALTY TRUST 

RAMSEY MARGARET A 

RAMSEY MARGARET A 

RANDO THOMAS J 

RAPPAPORT JEROME L / RAPPAPORT PHYLLIS E 

RAPPAPORT JEROME LYLE / RAPPAPORT PHYLLIS E 

RAPPERPORT EUGENE JOHN / RAPPERPORT LUCY HEIMAN 

RAPPERPORT EUGENE JOHN / RAPPERPORT LUCY HEIMAN 

RAZAVITOUSI SHOLEH / HOSSEINZADEH JAFAR 

RDMCCARTINC / 

READY JOHN E / READY JANET L 

REALS JOAN E 

REDMOND ROSEMARY KEOUGH 

REECE DAVID ROSS / 

REICH CHRISTIAN GEORG / ZAMIRI PARISA 

REIDER W JAMES TR / REIDER RUTH W TR 

REILLY DENNIS J TR / LOVING KATHY D TR 

REINERT R ELLIOT / REINERT NANCY 

REINHERZ ELLIS L / HUSSEY REBECCA 

REISER GEORGE P 

REISER PAMELA B TR / BARTTER REALTY TRUST 

REISER PAMELA B TR / BARTTER REALTY TRUST 

REITER EDMUND C / REITER DELAINE R 

REITER EDMUND C / REITER DELAINE R 

REITER EDMUND C / REITER DELAINE R 

REMIEN MARY M TR / MARY M REMIEN TRUST 

RENNKE HELMUT G 

REPKO BRUCE / BRILHART KATHLEEN K 



26 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


549200 


15 


GOOSE POND RD 


1212900 


2 


LEWIS ST 


1090400 


86 


TOWER RD 


784200 





FOX RUN RD 


900 


10 


CONANT RD 


1005600 


49 


BEDFORD RD 


1017000 


2 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


544800 


6A 


NORTH COMMONS 


86000 


8 


MEADOWBROOK RD 


1109700 


57 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


2218300 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


501800 


19 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


533100 





TOWER RD 


443400 


167 


TOWER RD 


880000 


7 


TOWER RD 


508200 


59 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1445900 


40 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


745300 





BAKER FARM 


123100 


103 


TOWER RD 


1924800 





TOWER RD 


9400 


67 


WINTER ST 


855000 


70 


DAVISON DR 


1509900 


66 


DAVISON DR 


597500 


7 


OLD CONANT RD 


764300 





OLD CONANT RD 


2200 


19 


BYPASS RD 


471100 


110 


CONCORD RD 


538100 


5 


SMITH HL 


1125900 


17 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1629700 


29 


BOYCE FARM RD 


764800 


15 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


433600 


72 


CODMAN RD 


726900 


64 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


632900 





OXBOW RD 


300 


87 


TODD POND RD 


1061100 


113 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


949100 


81 


WESTON RD 


1351400 


70 


TRAPELO RD 


1671300 





TRAPELO RD 


589100 


17 


HAWK HILL RD 


1555000 





HAWK HILL RD 


31900 





HAWK HILL RD 


49500 


202 


CONCORD RD 


773200 


18 


STOREY DR 


1105700 


2 


ORCHARD LN 


580900 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1 , 2005 

RESNICK CHARLES H / RESNICK MARIE J 

RESTUCCIA MICHAEL J TR / RESTUCCIA PENELOPE J TR 

REYNOLDS JOHN M / REYNOLDS ELIZABETH R 

RHEAULT SUSANNE / WILLIAMS GILBERT A 

RHINES MICHAEL C / RHINES BARBARA M 

RHINES MICHAEL E / RHINES BARBARA M 

RICCI RUSSELL J / RICCI CARLA W 

RICCI RUSSELL J / RICCI CARLA W 

RICE CLIFTON V / RICE MARGARET ANN 

RICE JOHN T / RICE NATHALIE L 

RICE JOHN TR / RED RAIL FARM CLUSTER TRUST 

RICE JOHN TR / RED RAIL FARM CLUSTER TRUST 

RICE KIMBERLY D / 

RICE PAUL G / RICE IRENE P EARLE 

RICHARD JOHN J / RICHARD JENNIFER GINSBURG 

RICHARDSON FREDERICK C / RICHARDSON INGEMARIE M 

RIDICK CHRISTOPHER J / 

RIES DAVID P / SUTHERLAND ANN EF 

RIGOTTI NANCY A / ROWIN STANLEY L 

RISCH MARTIN D TR / MD RISCH TRUST NO 1 

RISLEY CURTIS A / RISLEY JEAN F 

RISSER THOMAS A TR / RISSER REALTY TRUST 

RITCHIE JAMES R / RITCHIE NANCY M 

RITSHER CYNTHIA W 

RIVKIN MAXIM / 

RIZZO JANE L 

ROACHE LEO W / ROACHE AVIS M 

ROBBAT JOSEPH JR / WERTZ ROBBAT DANA E 

ROBBAT JOSEPH JR / WERTZ ROBBAT DANA 

ROBBINS DEBORAH ANNE 

ROBBINS GERALDINE 

ROBERGE JAMES K / ROBERGE NANCY J 

ROBERTS GEORGE T / ROBERTS MARY T 

ROBERTS VICTOR F / ROBERTS MARY N 

ROBICHAUD ROBERT J 

ROBINSON ANDREW N / ROBINSON DEIRDRE E 

ROBINSON JOHN G / FREDRIKSEN RAGHILD 



ROBINSON TODD A 
ROBSON EDWIN A I 
ROEHR MARCIA 
ROGADKIN VICTOR 
ROGADKIN VICTOR 



/ 

/ ROBSON ANN N 



/ ROGADKIN VLADIMIR 
/ ROGADKIN VLADIMIR 

ROGERS CHRISTOPHER B / ROGERS CATHERINE M 

ROGERS CHRISTOPHER B / ROGERS CATHERINE M 

ROLFE EDWARD / ROLFE STEPHANIE 

ROME BRETT / ROME SARAH 



98 


TODD POND RD 


932300 


284 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1508900 


213 


SANDY POND RD 


1693000 


1 


OAK MEADOW 


1073900 





OLD CONCORD RD 


57400 


137 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1416200 


16 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


1801300 





SOUTH GREAT RD 


39700 


7 


TWIN POND LN 


950300 


31 


RED RAIL FARM 


1144100 





RED RAIL FARM 


22200 





RED RAIL FARM 


122900 


167 


BEDFORD RD 


479500 


154 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


855100 


30 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


636400 


259 


LINCOLN RD 


1005900 


9 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


702200 


34 


OLD WINTER ST 


835500 


254 


CONCORD RD 


565100 


71 


WINTER ST 


732700 


21 


OLD CONCORD RD 


745400 


70 


TODD POND RD 


1714100 


274 


CONCORD RD 


552900 


251 


LINCOLN RD 


651600 


5A 


SOUTH COMMONS 


372300 


38 


SANDY POND RD 


1101600 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


385000 


151 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1994100 





OLD CONCORD RD 


5800 


5 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


484600 


18 


OLD CAMBRIDGE TP 


383200 


111 


LEXINGTON RD 


1538200 


174 


SANDY POND RD 


826900 


46D 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


130000 





OXBOW RD 


1200 


134 


CHESTNUT CR 


481000 


76 


TRAPELO RD 


1330200 


25 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


3560400 


40R 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


130000 


110 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1468300 


137A 


LEXINGTON RD 


1852000 


137 


LEXINGTON RD 


1802000 


16 


WESTON RD 


1487600 





WESTON RD 


49000 


11 


SILVER BIRCH LN 


662500 


166 


TOWER RD 


1908800 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

ROSE BEN Z / 

ROSE STUART M / ROSE MARGIE JT 

ROSEN JOSEPH 

ROSENBLATT MICHAEL S / ROBERTS PATRICIA L 

ROSS ROBERT H 

ROSS STEPHANIE A / SPRAGG DEBORAH T 

ROSSITER W ALLEN / ROSSITER SELINA G 

ROSSONI PAOLA M 

ROSSONI PAOLA M TR / ROSSONI REALTY TRUST 

ROTE ANN CHATHAM 

ROTH ANDREW J / ROTH FRAN P 

ROTHENBERG ANN / 

ROTHSTEIN PETER H / CAVE CATHERINE 

ROW RONALD V / ROW JANE E 

ROW RONALD V / ROW JANE E 

ROW RONALD V / ROW JANE E 

ROW RONALD V / ROW JANE E 

ROW RONALD V / ROW JANE E 

ROW RONALD V / ROW JANE E 

ROYAL ALLAN J / ROYAL ELIZA H 

ROYAL ELIZA H / ABRAMS RICHARD B MILLER TR 

RUGOHENRYJ / 

RULAND SANDRA F 

RURAL LAND FOUNDATION OF LINCOLN 

RUSH ROBERT P / RUSH HELEN M 

RUSSELL HEIDI H 

RUSSELL MICHAEL D / PIMENTAL NANCY A 

RUSSELL MILES C / RUSSELL ELAINE COGLIANO 

RUSSELL WILLIAM B / RUSSELL ANNE H 

RYAN KRISTINA A / 

RYAN MARJORIE HINES TR / LORING WOLCOTT & COOLIDGE 

RYAN REGINA A TR / EIGHT SWEET BAY LN NOMINEE TR 

RYAN SUSAN M 

RYAN WILLIAM F TR / RYAN HELEN M TR 

SABBAG EVALINE J TR / SABBAG ARTHUR R TR 

SACHS GARY S / SACHS MARYANNE D 

SACHS REYNOLD M TR / REYNOLD M SACHS LIVING TR 

SACKNOFF ERIC J / SACKNOFF KATHLEEN S 

SAKOWICH STEPHEN J / BULGER ELIZABETH A 

SALEM DEEB N / SALEM PATRICIA ALEKNA 

SALEMME VICTOR 

SALM MICHAEL V / PATTON SALM SUSAN 

SALMON MARJORIE B 

SALVUCCI FORTUNATO 

SALVUCCI GREGORY J TR / SALVUCCI KAREN M TR 

SALWITZ RICHARD D / SALWITZ SUSAN FULMER 



17 


OLD FARM RD 


908400 


26 


STONEHEDGE 


780100 


136 


CHESTNUT CR 


398200 


334 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1619300 


10C 


NORTH COMMONS 


371600 


14 


WINTER ST 


1555500 


134 


SANDY POND RD 


883000 


33 


TODD POND RD 


345400 


25 


BAKER FARM 


1014900 


78 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


616400 


12 


GREENRIDGE LN 


378100 


9 


PAGE RD 


1709300 


31 


GREENRIDGE LN 


397000 


145 


TOWER RD 


904300 





TOWER RD 


844200 





TOWER RD 


499200 


3 


TOWER FIELD LN 


500400 





TOWER FIELD LN 


7500 





TOWER RD 


20200 


73 


WESTON RD 


2190200 





WESTON RD 


57500 


24 


CONANT RD 


1170700 


239 


CONCORD RD 


1145800 


145 


LINCOLN RD 


4105100 


11 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


534000 





WESTON RD 


498500 


16 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


774500 


96 


LEXINGTON RD 


1410200 


24 


BEDFORD RD 


2377600 


10 


SWEET BAY LN 


1779700 


54 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


564800 


8 


SWEET BAY LN 


892100 


79 


TOWER RD 


966400 


338 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


787300 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


130000 


10 


GARLAND RD 


2021600 


18 


OLD WINTER ST 


1279000 


52 


SANDY POND RD 


1852200 


99 


TOWER RD 


725500 


80 


DAVISON DR 


1132000 


1 


MEADOWBROOK RD 


614300 


11 


LONG MEADOW RD 


1426000 


64 


WINTER ST 


1264900 


7 


FORESTER RD 


55000 


6 


STRATFORD WY 


2880500 


129 


CONCORD RD 


714800 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

SAMARJIAN GREGORY L / SAMARJIAN ANN M 

SANDERSON IAN C / SANDERSON ANNE LH 

SANDROF MARK B / SANDROF PATIENCE B 

SANDROF MARK B / SANDROF PATIENCE B 

SANTA CECELIA F 

SARTORI ELISA M / SARTORI LOUIS R 

SARTORI RUTH M 

SATTERFIELD ANNE P TR / AP SATTERFIELD TRUST NO 1 

SAX JULIA /SAX ERIK 

SCHAFFNER JOAN S / HORNSTEIN DAVID 

SCHEFF ANDREW J / SCHEFF FAYE R GOLDBERG 

SCHEFF BENSON H / SCHEFF BETTY JANE 

SCHEFF BENSON H / SCHEFF BETTY JANE 

SCHILDBACH MURIEL E TR / M E SCHILDBACH TRUST NO 1 

SCHILLER JOAN A TR / SCHILLER ARTHUR E JR TR 

SCHILLHAMMER MARION TR / ATCHLEY KATHERINE SALTONST/s 

SCHLIEMANN PETER C 

SCHLIEMANN PETER C / CROWLEY WILLIAM B 

SCHLIEMANN PETER C / CROWLEY WILLIAM B 

SCHLIEMANN PETER C / CROWLEY WILLIAM B 

SCHLIEMANN PETER C / CROWLEY WILLIAM B 

SCHLIEMANN PETER C 

SCHMERTZLER MARGARETTA B / SCHMERTZLER ALVIN L 

SCHMID WILFRIED / SCHMID MARINA BIZZARRI 

SCHMID WILFRIED / SCHMID MARINA BIZZARRI 

SCHMID WILFRIED / SCHMID MARINA BIZZARRI 

SCHRAGE MICHAEL M / 

SCHUDY ROBERT B / 

SCHULLER EDWARD W / SCHULLER ELIZABETH B 

SCHWANN AIRE MAIJA TR / THE A M SCHWANN TRUST NO 1 

SCHWARTZ ELLEN A 

SCHWARTZ STEVEN JAY / 

SCOTTI REGINA M 

SECKLER DONALD A / SECKLER JOANN B SCHRIER 

SEECKTS ELEANOR / ZOOK SANDRA 

SEECKTS ELEANOR / SEECKTS CAROL E 

SEECKTS ELEANOR R 

SEELEY GEORGE W / SEELEY SUSAN A 

SEGAL DAVID J TR / ZIMBA VIII REALTY TRUST 

SEITZ C CLAYTON / SEITZ ELLEN L 

SEITZ C CLAYTON / SIETZ ELLEN L 

SEITZ C CLAYTON / SEITZ ELLEN L 

SEITZ C CLAYTON / SEITZ ELLEN L 

SELF CRAIG 

SELLERS KAREN D TR / DAWES EARL H TR 

SELSING ERIK / SELSING JOELLEN A 



50 


BYPASS RD 


709800 


127 


LINCOLN RD 


2050400 


5 


SILVER HILL RD 


1802700 





SILVER HILL RD 


305800 


7 


ORCHARD LN 


627200 


52 


GREENRIDGE LN 


279000 


51 


GREENRIDGE LN 


363600 


38 


TABOR HILL RD 


921300 


9 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


1394300 


1 


HAWK HILL RD 


965400 


137 


TRAPELO RD 


966500 





CONCORD RD 


385100 


161 


CONCORD RD 


829200 


34 


TODD POND RD 


296100 


47 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


600400 


51 


TODD POND RD 


342200 





SILVER HILL RD 


497500 





SILVER HILL RD 


3000 





SILVER HILL RD 


50100 





SILVER HILL RD 


75100 





SILVER HILL RD 


116900 


50 


SILVER HILL RD 


1537500 


135 


TRAPELO RD 


900800 


21 


SILVER HILL RD 


1849800 





SILVER HILL RD 


58400 





SILVER HILL RD 


638400 


11 


STONEHEDGE 


1083900 


30 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


322000 


131 


LINCOLN RD 


753100 


26 


OLD WINTER ST 


878300 


96 


CONANT RD 


911200 


27 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


539400 


296 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


362500 


91 


LEXINGTON RD 


858600 





FARRAR RD 


494100 


34 


FARRAR RD 


496800 


40 


FARRAR RD 


715100 


212 


CONCORD RD 


781200 


39 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


575600 


15 


HAWK HILL RD 


1366400 





HAWK HILL RD 


1100 





HAWK HILL RD 


54100 





HAWK HILL RD 


30800 


31 


BYPASS RD 


495300 


45 


FARRAR RD 


1004600 


173 


CONCORD RD 


803400 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

SELTZER MARGO / BOSTIC KEITH 

SEMERJIAN EVAN Y / SEMERJIAN BARBARA N 

SEMERJIAN EVAN Y TR / BLUEBERRY REALTY TRUST 

SERVI LESLIE DAVID 

SEVILLE JOAN E 

SEWALL SUSAN M 

SHAIKH AMJAD H / SHAIKH RAZIA H 

SHAO LIMING / LU RONGZHEN 

SHAPIRO ALAN J / SHAPIRO PATRICIA C 

SHAPIRO DAVID TR / SHAPIRO ESTHER TR 

SHAW LYNETTE 

SHEA TIMOTHY M 

SHEA TIMOTHY M / 

SHEEHAN GERALD G / SHEEHAN BRIGID M 

SHEIK MEHRDAD / AGAH ROYA 

SHELDON MARY W TR / 9 GRASSHOPPER LN REALTY TRUST 

SHELMAN PAUL J / HSIEH SHING J 

SHELMAN PAUL J / HSIEH SHING J 

SHILLING ANDREW J / SHILLING KIRSTEN N 

SHORTSLEEVE MICHAEL J / SHORTSLEEVE CATHERINE F 

SICKELS RICHARD / SILVERMAN JOAN 

SIDORCHUKRG / SIDORCHUK DELLA A 

SIEGA FRANCESCO / SIEGA MARGARET M 

SIEGEL ARTHUR JAY / MCDONALD JANE 

SIEGEL RONALD D / ARONS GINA 

SILVER NANCY A / MARCELLINO JOSEPHINE M 

SIMEONOV SIMEON / ALNOT PYRRA 

SIMEONOV SIMEON /ALNOT PYRRA 

SIMMONS JEFFREY LAW / SIMMONS PARTICIA G 

SIMOES OSVALDO F 

SINGER ANDREW M 

SIOSHANSI PIRAN / SIOSHANSI MITRA 

SISSON BARBARA B TR / SISSON REALTY TRUST II 

SKENDERIAN JOSEPH G / SKENDERIAN AMY BETH H 

SKILLERN KEVIN P / WEI JANE C 

SKOK DAVID R / SKOK MARIANNE 

SKOK DAVID R TR / SKOK LINCOLN REALTY TRUST 

SLAUGHTER FRANK G III TR / SLAUGHTER EMILIE TR 

SLAUGHTER FRANK G III TR / SLAUGHTER EMILIE TR 

SLAVIN GERALD D TR / BOARDWALK REALTY TRUST 

SLAYTER HENRY S II TR / SLAYTER BARBARA P THOMAS TR 

SLISKIALAN / SLISKI SUSAN 

SLISKI ALAN PAUL / SLISKI SUSAN J KATZ 

SMALL JONATHAN C / SMALL PAMELA H 

SMITH ALAN B / SMITH MARJORIE B 

SMITH BEVERLY JEAN 



118 


TOWER RD 


1700300 


20 


BLUEBERRY LN 


956500 


24 


BLUEBERRY LN 


48800 


38 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


765200 


252 


LINCOLN RD 


843100 


74 


DAVISON DR 


1493100 


33 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


362300 


158 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


599400 


21 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


574600 


190 


WESTON RD 


997600 


189 


LINCOLN RD 


1112000 


39 


NORTH GREAT RD 


594700 





NORTH GREAT RD 


373200 


15 


GILES RD 


716300 


11 


HUNTLEY LN 


723300 


9 


GRASSHOPPER LN 


907900 


21 


HILLIARD RD 


897500 





HILLIARD RD 


30300 


93 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


1610000 


4 


GRANVILLE RD 


981000 


20 


BROOKS RD 


815300 


313 


HEMLOCK CR 


498500 


188 


LINCOLN RD 


1024500 


323 


HEMLOCK CR 


517700 


20 


LONG MEADOW RD 


1036500 


22D 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


167700 


4 


SOUTH BROOK RD 


1613800 





SOUTH BROOK RD 


19000 


16 


OAK MEADOW 


1107200 


15 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


549900 


19 


STONEHEDGE 


961600 


15 


SMITH HL 


1150700 


115 


TRAPELO RD 


857300 


24 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


831800 


259 


CONCORD RD 


810900 


23 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


4387200 


25 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


764400 





SOUTH GREAT RD 


37400 


17 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


7683100 


242 


ASPEN CR 


454300 


7 


TRAPELO RD 


895500 





CONCORD RD 


8400 


273 


CONCORD RD 


479618 


61 


TOWER RD 


1582400 


25 


STONEHEDGE 


881000 


112 


CHESTNUT CR 


425000 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

SMITH COLIN LM / SMITH DIANA DENNISON 

SMITH DIANA DENNISON / 

SMITH ELIZABETH H / 

SMITH FLORENCE C TR / 221 TOWER RD REALTY TR 

SMITH FRANCES I / PARVIN JEFFREY D 

SMITH ROBERT LANPHIER / JAHRLING CATHERINE H 

SMITH ROBERT LANPHIER /JAHRLING CATHERINE H 

SMITH ROBERT LANPHIER / SMITH NANCY WARRINER 

SMITH STEVEN A / SMITH KAREN N 

SMULOWICZ BRONISLAW / SMULOWICZ SAWERA 

SMYERS KAREN J 

SNELL JOHN / FLORY JANET L 

SNELLING CAROLYN R TR / SNELLING REALTY TRUST 

SNELLING JOHN R TR / SNELLING JACQUELYN H TR 

SNELLING JOHN R TR / SNELLING JACQUELYN H TR 

SNOW DEVELOPMENT CORP 

SOC FOR PRES OF NE ANTIQUITIES / 

SOLAR JANE M 

SOLMAN FRED JOHN III / FORTIER CLAIRE 

SOLOMON LORI L 

SOLOMON MANSON J / SOLOMON MILDRED Z 

SOLURI ROBERT J / MORI DEANNA L 

SOUKUPMARKA / SOUKUP KIMBERLY ANN 

SOUKUPMARKA / SOUKUP KIMBERLY ANN 

SOULETTE NANCY B 

SOUTHWELL ALICIA ALTMAN / 

SOYKAMARK / SOYKA GABRIELE 

SOYKAN HALUK / SOYKAN ELISA FREDERICKSON 

SPAETH DANIEL A / SPAETH MARGARET A 

SPAETH LIAM A / SPAETH LYN A PASQUAROSA 

SPEEN GEORGE TRS / SPEEN OAK ROAD NOMINEE TRUST 

SPEERT PETER K / BERMAN FAYE 

SPENCER JOHN K III / SPENCER PATRICIA G 

SPERLING ARNOLD L / SPERLING CHARMIAN B 

SPILIAKOS JOHN S 

SPINDLER JAMES W / SPINDLER MARY G 

SPINDLER JAMES W / SPINDLER MARY G 

SPINELLI JUDITH A 

SPIRO ALAN M / GLYNN LAURA 

SPRAYREGEN LUCY / SHADY GLADE TRUST 

SPRING TYLER / MORSE SHELLEY H 

SQUIBB MILDRED G 

ST ANNES WOOD LLC / C/O MASSEY & CO 

ST CLAIRE FORREST / ANAGNOSTAKIS KATHRYN 

STAAB DAVID L / STAAB KATHLEEN A 

STAHL EDWARD L / STAHL KAREN DAILY 



8 


TRAPELO RD 


1063300 


45 


TODD POND RD 


364400 


8 


BOYCE FARM RD 


685800 


221 


TOWER RD 


690800 


109 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


831900 





CANAAN DR 


167400 





CANAAN DR 


92700 


6 


CANAAN DR 


1267100 


219 


TOWER RD 


795700 


7 


MOCCASIN HL 


923000 


11 


GILES RD 


953500 


84 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


587900 


260 


LINCOLN RD 


639100 


4 


FARRAR RD 


857000 


7 


RIDGE RD 


543000 





OLD CONANT RD 


144700 


44 


CODMAN RD 


479900 


40 


DEERHAVEN RD 


911300 


16 


DEERHAVEN RD 


819600 


27L 


SOUTH COMMONS 


438200 


10 


BLUEBERRY LN 


861600 


15 


LINCOLN RD 


1389000 


14 


WARBLER SPRINGS R 


1356100 





WARBLER SPRINGS R 


15200 


1 


WOODS END RD 


1575500 


148 


WESTON RD 


1228000 


15 


CONANT RD 


1126300 


99 


WINTER ST 


1652100 


124 


BEDFORD RD 


580500 


204 


TOWER RD 


1289000 


15 


OAK MEADOW 


1095200 


4 


FOX RUN RD 


951500 


3 


GARLAND RD 


1536300 


7 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


594400 


29 


GARLAND RD 


1569800 





WESTON RD 


52300 


66 


WESTON RD 


1592900 


14 


WHEELER RD 


1952300 


115 


TOWER RD 


1693100 


34 


BAKER FARM 


1171500 


2 


SANDY POND RD 


1477000 


36 


MILL ST 


580700 


17 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


6186300 


111 


TOWER RD 


862800 


105 


LINCOLN RD 


2302200 


12 


BROOKS HL 


1038200 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

STANFILL CRAIG W / STANFILL SHARON B 

STANKARD CHARLES E III / STANKARD STEPHANIE 

STANKARD CHARLES E JR / STANKARD JEAN C 

STANKARD CHARLES E JR / STANKARD JEAN 

STANKARD JEAN C TR / JERODEL REALTY TRUST 

STAPLES CHARLES / STAPLES KATHERINE M 

STASON WILLIAM B / STASON SUSAN B 

STATHIS GREGORY / DURAND MARJORIE 

STATHOS CHARLES A / STATHOS MARGARET M 

STEEVES MARTHA A TR / 121 TRAPELO ROAD REALTY TR 

STEFANIS DIMITRIOS A / TOKATLIAN TALINE 

STEIN JUDITH W 

STEIN KITTY / LANGELL JOHN A JR 

STEINBROOK ROBERT L / THOMPSON CHRISTINE M 

STETSON DAVID B / STETSON ATHENA N 

STEVENS SHARI REAM 

STEVENSON JOHN P / STEVENSON PATRICIA A 

STEVENSON PHILIP D / STEVENSON JOAN L 

STEWART KENDALL F / STEWART ALAN C 

STEWART MARY C / 

STINSON DOUGLAS W / STINSON CLAIRE C 

STOCK JAMES H / STOCK ANNE E DOYLE 

STODDARD ROBERT J / STODDARD SUSAN S 

STODDARD ROGER E / STODDARD HELEN H 

STONEGATE GARDENS INC / 

STOOKEY STUART LAURA / 

STORELLA ROBERT J / STORELLA ELAINE A 

STORER JAMES A / STORER SANDRA K ANDERSON 

STOTT SARA A 

STOVALL JOHN A / STOVALL SIA LISS 

STRATFORD REALTY CO INC / ADLER BRUCE 

STRATFORD REALTY CO INC / ADLER BRUCE 

STRATFORD REALTY CO INC / ADLER BRUCE 

STRATFORD REALTY CO INC / ADLER BRUCE 

STRATFORD REALTY CO INC / ADLER BRUCE 

STRATFORD REALTY CO INC TR 

STRAUS HASKEL / STRAUS BARBARA A 

STRAUSS LEONARD H / STRAUSS HEIDI 

STREET EARLE B TR / STREET JANET H TR 

STRIKER MARJORIE / 

STROCK BRUCE P TR / STROCK DEBORAH E TR 

STROUSE FRANK L 

STUBBLEBINE DAVID / 

STUPP ROBERT W / SMITH CHRISTY FOOTE 

STYLES KEVIN / STYLES NANCY 

SUGAR SUSAN K 



43 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1264600 


16 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1016300 


5 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


799600 





WINTER ST 


301500 


63 


WINTER ST 


2436800 


51 


PAGE RD 


1132600 


29 


SANDY POND RD 


1376600 


36 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1349000 


69 


TODD POND RD 


1074500 


121 


TRAPELO RD 


702400 


3 


ACORN LN 


787900 


11C 


SOUTH COMMONS 


120000 


12 


FARRAR RD 


728100 


8 


PEIRCE HILL RD 


912600 


4 


BOYCE FARM RD 


1381900 


30 


SANDY POND RD 


1427300 


28 


WESTON RD 


983700 


3 


HAWTHORNE CR 


1058700 


53 


DEERHAVEN RD 


888000 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


367700 


191 


CONCORD RD 


1498800 


85 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1306800 


8 


WILLARCH RD 


958000 


9 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


538900 


339 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1003800 


335 


HEMLOCK CR 


539100 


31 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


547300 


89 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


757500 


144 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


675800 


116 


TRAPELO RD 


1754300 





HUCKLEBERRY HL 


30500 





STRATFORD WY 


32000 





STRATFORD WY 


3700 





STRATFORD WY 


1800 


39 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1466000 





STRATFORD WY 


24300 


94 


MILL ST 


1187600 





OXBOW RD 


800 


9 


MEADOWBROOK RD 


954800 


211 


SANDY POND RD 


674300 


26 


OAK MEADOW 


1098500 


45 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


620000 


186 


BEDFORD RD 


1000200 


154 


CHESTNUT CR 


488400 


203 


SANDY POND RD 


2696900 


10 


MEADOWDAM RD 


1084600 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

SUH LAWON / 

SUMMERS JULIA / 

SUMMERS JULIA R 

SUSSMAN JOSEPH / SUSSMAN HENRI-ANN 

SUTHERLAND ROBERT L / MEENAN MARION M 

SUTTON REGINA 

SVETZ PAUL J / SVETZ LINDA M 

SVOLOS GEORGE / SVOLOS MARY PAPPAS 

SWAIN DOUGLAS M 

SWAIN DOUGLAS M 

SWANSON KARA 

SWEETSER ARTHUR F / SWEETSER CYNTHIA J 

SYLVIA PAUL L / SYLVIA CRAIG L 

SZETO SUSANNA / LEONG JOSEPH C 

TALLY BARBARA D / TALLY FRANCIS P 

TAM EDWIN P / TAM KAREN Y 

TAM KIMO Y F / TAM ARADHANA NARULA 

TAMKIMOYF / TAM ARADHANA NARULA 

TAN DUONG T / TAN KAREN K 

TANABE STEVEN M / TANABE RAMONA P 

TANG ERIC /TANGDOREEN 

TARTAGLIA GIOVANNI / TARTAGLIA LUCIA 

TASCHIOGLOU KEMON P / TASCHIOGLOU RHODA K 

TATLOCK JANE F 

TAUNTON RIGBY ALISON / 

TAYLOR DOROTHY P 

TAYLOR KIYOKO / 

TAYLOR RICHARD N / TAYLOR ALIX W 

TAYLOR SUSAN H / TAYLOR GERALD A 

TAYLOR TIMOTHY A / TAYLOR JEANNINE L 

TEABO PRINCE C / TEABO ELIZABETH T 

TEABO PRINCE C / TEABO ELIZABETH T 

TELFER BRIAN A / TEMPELMAN LINDA A 

TENNESSEE GAS PIPELINE COMP / C/O TAX DEPT 

TENNICAN MICHAEL L 

TERRELL JOHN H / TERRELL MARY H 

THE FOOD PROJECT INC / 

THERIAULT VITA S / 

THOMAS GEORGE W JR / THOMAS JANE C 

THOMAS NANCY C / THOMAS PETER A 

THOMAS RICHARD J / THOMAS DIANA G 

THOMPSON CHRISTOPHER C / THOMPSON ELIZABETH K 

THOMPSON LAWRENCE E / THOMPSON DOROTHY A 

THOMPSON PATRICIA A / 

THOMPSON RANDALL JR / THOMPSON DELIA H 

THOMPSON RANDALL JR / THOMPSON DELIA H 



31 


MILL ST 


604000 


23 


CONANT RD 


1158200 


15 


MOCCASIN HL 


789300 


196 


SANDY POND RD 


978600 


34 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


572400 


15A 


SOUTH COMMONS 


368000 


8 


GRANVILLE RD 


863900 


10 


SILVER BIRCH LN 


810300 


143 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


791700 





SOUTH GREAT RD 


15800 


14C 


NORTH COMMONS 


370100 


28 


TABOR HILL RD 


1302300 


7 


PINE RIDGE RD 


734200 


10 


GILES RD 


571100 


336 


HEMLOCK CR 


634100 


2 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


710400 


11 


BROOKS RD 


1231500 





BROOKS RD 


49400 


73 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


428000 


102 


LINCOLN RD 


734900 


26 


BEAVER POND RD 


2200400 


162 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


633900 


225 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1269800 


80 


WINTER ST 


1244800 


8 


FARRAR RD 


829200 


133 


BEDFORD RD 


760300 


325 


HEMLOCK CR 


463700 


42 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


580300 


84 


DAVISON DR 


1468600 


9 


GRANVILLE RD 


700800 


150 


LINCOLN RD 


714700 





LINCOLN RD 


54600 


274 


LINCOLN RD 


781800 





CAMBRIDGE TP 


10200 


52 


STONEHEDGE 


967900 


50 


LINCOLN RD 


814500 


10 


LEWIS ST 


285400 


5 


BROOKS HL 


1042500 


12 


OLD WINTER ST 


629900 


15 


TWIN POND LN 


888300 


190 


LINCOLN RD 


1565000 


49 


ROUND HILL RD 


1715200 


44 


CONANT RD 


1146000 


116 


CHESTNUT CR 


456700 


34 


BEDFORD RD 


3652600 





BEDFORD RD 


42400 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

THORNDIKE ALBERT JR / THORNDIKE BRENDA L 

THORNTON PETER / THORNTON ANN M 

TIERNEY JOHN L / TIERNEY JANE L 

TINDER GLENN TR / GLENN TINDER REAL ESTATE TRUST 

TINGLEY FREDERICK M / TINGLEY DILLA G 

TJAN ANTHONY / TJAN LAURA MURRAY 

TOBIN JAMES / TOBIN JANET 

TOBIN JAMES R / TOBIN JANET T 

TODD CONRAD 

TODD CONRAD H 

TOOMEY DEBORAH TR / SEGAL DAVID TR 

TORODE PETER W / TORODE STEVEN D 

TOROSSIAN FRED / TOROSSIAN ADRINE 

TORTI MAURICE L JR / TORTI NANCY H 

TOWN OF LINCOLN / DEPT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

TOWN OF LINCOLN / FIRE POLICE STATION 

TRACEY ROBERT J / MACLEAN MARY 

TRACEY ROBERT J / MACLEAN MARY 

TRACEY ROBERT J / MACLEAN MARY 

TRACEY ROBERT J / TRACY'S SERVICE STATION 

TRACEY ROBERT J JR / RJT PROPERTIES LLC 

TRAVERS PAUL / TRAVERS BERNICE 

TRAVIS GEORGE F / TRAVIS LENORE H 

TRESTMAN ARKADY / 

TREVELYAN EOIN / TREVELYAN J ANN 

TRIPPE CHARLES W / TRIPPE BLAIR L 

TRYDER MICHAEL J / TRYDER MAUREEN 

TSAI TZUFU / DUH HUEYFEN M 

TSANG VINCENT 

TSENG CHING-I / HUA HSIAOPING 

TUROWSKI EDMUND J / TUROWSKI JOSEPHINE E 

TUROWSKI EDMUND J / TUROWSKI JOSEPHINE E 

TYLER WATSON HEIRS OF / CF DIXON 

TYLKO JOHN 

TYLKO JOHN J TR 

UHRICH CHRISTOPHER A / BROGAN JULIE A 

UMBRELLO FRANCIS / UMBRELLO VIRGINIA 

UMBRO PAUL N TR / UMBRO DIANE TR 

URETSKY JOSEPH F / URETSKY HARRIET 

URION DAVID K / CHOATE DEBORAH 

URNER JOSEPH F / BROWN LORIAN R 

VAGLIANO JASON B / VAGLIANO ANDRE M TR 

VALE DONNA M 

VALE LAWRENCE J / DOBROW JULIA R 

VALENTINE VINCENT J / DINARDO ANNA MARIE 

VALLEAU PAMELA M 



13R 


SOUTH COMMONS 


474600 





TODD POND RD 


36000 


20 


OAK MEADOW 


1075200 


51 


STONEHEDGE 


783300 


5 


LAUREL DR 


766600 


44 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1018900 


33 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


3527500 


35 


HUCKLEBERRY HL 


1215800 


126 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1814700 





OLD CONCORD RD 


120800 


20 


OLD CAMBRIDGE TP 


338400 


82 


CONANT RD 


740900 


5 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


589400 


119 


WESTON RD 


1078100 


30 


LEWIS ST 


1334800 


169 


LINCOLN RD 


4109700 


131 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


543500 


124 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


293500 





BEDFORD RD 


47900 





BEDFORD RD 


305400 





BEDFORD RD 


785200 


2 


HAWK HILL RD 


734300 


62 


OXBOW RD 


638500 


29A 


SOUTH COMMONS 


350800 


7 


OAK KNOLL RD 


598700 


16 


DEER RUN RD 


1254800 


7 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


556300 


9 


MILL STREET EX 


1101800 


20 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


341000 


256 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


1008900 





SILVER HILL RD 


191200 


7 


SILVER HILL RD 


1357300 


98 


CONCORD RD 


443800 





BAKER BRIDGE RD 


234400 


34 


BAKER BRIDGE RD 


1746800 


88 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


608800 


280 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


701600 


19 


WARBLER SPRINGS R 


1284700 


25 


OAK MEADOW 


1093000 


3 


PEIRCE HILL RD 


1161700 


99 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


738500 


11 


MOCCASIN HL 


900800 


12 


STRATFORD WY 


3223000 


103 


CONANT RD 


1845900 


10 


BROOKS RD 


1075600 


123 


BEDFORD RD 


571300 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

VALLEY POND CORPORATION / 

VALLUCCI MARK D / VALLUCCI CAROLINA 

VALPEY JOHN B / VALPEY SUSAN D 

VAN AUSDALL GAY TR / 16 GREENRIDGE LN REALTY TRUST 

VAN VLECK MARY TR / VAN VLECK NOMINE TRUST 

VANLEER R KARL / VANLEER RACHEL D 

VANLEER RACHEL D 

VATAHA RANDEL E / VATAHA DEBORAH A 

VELING MARY JO / VELING OLIVER G 

VERCOLLONE CARL R / 

VERCOLLONE CARL R / 

VERCOLLONE JULIA TR / VERCOLLONE REALTY TRUST 

VERMA DHARMENDRA T / SINCLAIR KAREN F 

VERMA SANJEEV / VERMA GIRIJA C 

VET MARIA F TR / MARIA F VET TRUST 

VITALE CHRISTINE / VITALE MARK 

VO HANHPHUONG 

VON DER LIPPE GEORGE B TR / EATON WILLIAM L TR 

VON HERRMANN TIMOTHY / VON HERRMANN SUSAN 

VON MERTENS PETER B 

WADSWORTH ROBERT R / MORITZ CATHERINE 

WALES PHILIP / 

WALES RUTH J TR / RUTH J WALES NOMINEE TRUST 

WALKER JOAN M / 

WALKER MARK A / WALKER SANDRA BERLIN 

WALKER THOMAS H / WALKER KATHERINE D 

WALLACE DEBORAH E 

WALLROTH DONALD E / WALLROTH ELN GAY 

WALSH PATRICIA R 

WALTER ROSLY M / HOYT WILLIAM 

WANG AN / WANG LORRAINE C 

WANG AN / WANG LORRAINE C 

WANG AN / WANG LORRAINE C 

WANG AN / WANG LORRAINE C 

WANG AN / WANG LORRAINE C 

WANG CHIU-CHEN / WANG PAULINE C 

WANG FREDERICK A / 

WANG GIGI 

WANG THOMAS C / WANG JACQUELINE S 

WANG THOMAS C / WANG JACQUELINE S 

WANGYANTSE /ZHANG WEI Yl 

WARD JANE L 

WARNER CHARLES G K 

WARNER PATRICIA R 

WARREN JOAN B 

WARZECHA TERRENCE J / HARRIS KATHLEEN M 






CONANT RD 


113981 





PAGE RD 


477700 


135 


BEDFORD RD 


1362100 


16 


GREENRIDGE LN 


404200 


146 


CHESTNUT CR 


516500 


59 


CONANT RD 


1517400 





CONANT RD 


612200 


36 


LONG MEADOW RD 


1015300 


27 


WINTER ST 


562300 


25 


CERULEAN WY 


2130800 


4 


TODD POND RD 


1164100 


178 


WESTON RD 


646100 


35 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


512000 


39 


BROOKS RD 


1250000 


11 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


597600 


12 


SILVER BIRCH LN 


570100 


42 


BYPASS RD 


745000 


208 


CONCORD RD 


745600 


108 


LINCOLN RD 


1030600 


16 


TOWER RD 


904100 


43 


GREENRIDGE LN 


399600 


56 


TODD POND RD 


342200 


18 


MOCCASIN HL 


914100 


11 


GREENRIDGE LN 


388400 


5 


BROOKS RD 


780900 


12 


TRAPELO RD 


1307900 


7 


CEDAR RD 


851800 


8 


DEER RUN RD 


1197300 


352 


HEMLOCK CR 


432900 


58 


CONANT RD 


1406400 





BEDFORD RD 


78600 





BEDFORD RD 


100100 


100 


BEDFORD RD 


1699200 





ROCKWOOD LN 


36700 





OAK KNOLL RD 


191800 


4 


OLD FARM RD 


950300 


41 


TODD POND RD 


344800 


31 


BLACK BURNIAN RD 


1325700 


10 


UPLAND FIELD RD 


878800 





UPLAND FIELD RD 


50000 


25 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


800600 


3 


OLD CONCORD RD 


573200 


48 


TODD POND RD 


304400 


46 


TODD POND RD 


404600 


138 


LEXINGTON RD 


494600 


37 


LAUREL DR 


858100 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

WASSONPAGE / 

WATKINSON PETER J / WATKINSON FANNIE C 

WAUGH JOHN S TR / CONANT ROAD REALTY TRUST 

WEBB GERTRUDE M TR / WEBB HEIDI RACHEL TR 

WEBB ROBERT H / JOHANSSON SONJA 

WECHSLER JOEL K / WECHSLER JOSEPHINE S 

WEIGEL LYNN B / WEIGEL IRENE M 

WEIGEL LYNN B TR / KEEVIL CHARLES S JR TR 

WEIGENTDANAL / 

WEINBERG INGE TOFTEGAARD 

WEINSTEIN MEIR / WEINSTEIN CYNTHIA R 

WEINSTEIN SHARON R 

WEISFEILER LEV / 

WEISGALL WILDER DEBORAH / WILDER THROOP M III 

WEISMANN RODGER E JR / WEISMANN PAMELA MADDALENA 

WELCH ADELE M 

WELCH MICHAEL F 

WELCH VERNON F TR 

WHALEN DAVID 

WHEELER BELLA C 

WHEELOCK JOSEPH A / STANLEY WHEELOCK ANDRONICA T 

WHITE ARNETTA M / WHITE HOPE F 

WHITE CHRISTOPHER I / WHITE ELLEN E 

WHITE ELINOR / GROSSBART SAMUEL A 

WHITE GINA R TR / WHITE JOHN R TR 

WHITE JAMES B / WHITE CAROL K 

WHITE JAMES B / WHITE CAROL K 

WHITE JAMES B TR / WHITE CAROL K TR 

WHITE JAMES B TR / WHITE CAROL K TR 

WHITE JAMES D / WHITE LISA D 

WHITE JASPER / WHITE NANCY C 

WHITE OMAR N / MARTENS CHRISTINE ELIZABETH 

WHITE TIMOTHY M / WHITE ABIGAIL G 

WHITED DAVID 

WHITMAN LAWRENCE W JR / 

WHITMAN DAVID A TR / WINDINGWOOD LN RLTY TR 

WHITMAN LAWRENCE W / WHITMAN JOANNE S 

WHITTEMORE KIMBERLY RICE / WHITTEMORE TODD 

WIERCINSKI ROBERT A / WIERCINSKI SUSAN AHERN 

WIGGIN RICHARD C / WIGGIN AGNES CONNORS 

WILCOX STEVEN A / WILCOX NANCY S 

WILFERT ELEANOR M / 

WILKINSON MARK A 

WILKINSON RAYMOND TR / WILKINSON KATHLEEN TR 

WILLIAMS BENJAMIN J JR / WILLIAMS ELIZABETH 

WILLIAMS EDWIN L JR / WILLIAMS RUTH D 



223 


ASPEN CR 


548400 


9 


WHEELER RD 


1117300 


60 


CONANT RD 


1055800 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


428300 


9 


OLD CONCORD RD 


756400 


50 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


593900 


9 


PAGE FARM RD 


2055500 


233 


CONCORD RD 


906100 


161 


TOWER RD 


839100 


234 


TOWER RD 


1188000 


75 


WINTER ST 


633700 


23 


MORNINGSIDE LN 


571000 


18R 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


391700 


22 


TWIN POND LN 


1220600 


14 


TODD POND RD 


3290400 


74 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


534100 


30L 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


110000 


190 


BEDFORD RD 


488600 


154 


BEDFORD RD 


760700 


14 


OLD CAMBRIDGE TP 


504200 


7 


DEER RUN RD 


1389100 


4R 


NORTH COMMONS 


130000 


67 


CONANT RD 


1431900 


72 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


512200 


32 


STONEHEDGE 


914300 





BEDFORD RD 


48200 


38 


BEDFORD RD 


1683900 





BEDFORD RD 


42400 





BEDFORD RD 


60500 


21 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


1384800 


45 


STONEHEDGE 


1591900 





OXBOW RD 


3300 


26 


FARRAR RD 


750100 


23C 


SOUTH COMMONS 


386100 


49 


TODD POND RD 


245100 


28 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


572000 


43 


TODD POND RD 


413200 


40 


LAUREL DR 


738200 


29 


BROOKS RD 


899200 


59 


WINTER ST 


995500 


3 


PAGE FARM RD 


1574800 


87 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


629300 


9 


TABOR HILL RD 


945300 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


464600 


32 


BEAVER POND RD 


1328000 


9 


ROCKWOOD LN 


550300 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

WILLIAMS HELEN L 

WILLIAMS JOHN D / EATON ANNE L 

WILLIAMS KEVIN A / WATERMAN JACQUELINE 

WILLIAMS PAMELA M 

WILLIAMS RICHARD A / WILLIAMS CYNTHIA H 

WILLIAMS WILLIAM D / WILLIAMS GERTRUD K 

WILLIAMSON JAMES C / WILLIAMSON ELIZABETH F 

WILLMANN WERNER S / WILLMANN MARGARET M 

WILMOT J THOMAS / LYMAN DIANA 

WILSON DONALD H TR / WILSON CHERYL L TR 

WILSON JOHN S / WAYBOURN LORAINE 

WILSON RAND E / HIRSHMAN CHERYL I 

WINCHELL FREDRICK CLARKE / MANNING THERESA M 

WINCHELL GORDON D TR /WINCHELL ENID M 

WINCHELL GORDON D TR / PINE LOCH REALTY TRUST 

WINCHELL GUILBERT S / WINCHELL AMY JANE 

WINCHELL RICHARD P / WINCHELL MARTHA S 

WINCHELL WILLIAM F / WINCHELL KATALIN 

WINSHIP ELIZABETH C TR / WINSHIP THOMAS TR 

WINSHIP ELIZABETH C TR / WINSHIP THOMAS TR 

WINSHIP LEE C TR / WINSHIP JOYCE L TR 

WISE JOANNE D / 

WISE RICHARD G / GOODWIN AMY B 

WISE RICHARD G / GOODWIN AMY B 

WISE RICHARD G TR / GOODWIN AMY B TR 

WISE ROBERT E JR / WISE BRIGITTE E 

WOJNO JAMES A / HALLOCK MARILYN F 

WOLCOTT JENNIFER G 

WOLF ROBERT / WOLF BRYCE 

WOLFF JAMES A JR / WOLFF CAROL GROSS 

WOLFF ROBERT LEE JR / LINDEKE CAROLINE S 

WOLFSBERGSONJAA 

WOOD HILVE V EST OF / WOOD WALTER EXECUTOR 

WOOD JOANNES / 

WOOD JOANNE S 

WOOD JOANNE S 

WOOD VIRGINIA STEELE TR / VIRGINIA S WOOD REVOC LIV 

WOOD WENDY L 

WOODINGTON MARY L / WOODINGTON WALTER GORDON 

WOODS ZACHARY K / FIELD DEBRA J 

WRIGHT ANDREW TR / GRETA WRIGHT TR 

WU MICHAEL M 

WU PEI RIN TR / WU REALTY TRUST 

WYATT PETER W 

WYMAN JONATHAN SCOTT / BERLAND LAURA 



140 


LINCOLN RD 


381300 


42 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


660200 


215 


LINCOLN RD 


1701300 


298 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


768800 


343 


HEMLOCK CR 


561400 


56 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


576400 


25 


FARRAR RD 


787000 


45 


SANDY POND RD 


1756400 


8 


LONG MEADOW RD 


957000 


11 


LINWAY RD 


851200 





OXBOW RD 


400 


130 


TRAPELO RD 


770500 


221 


CONCORD RD 


682200 


215 


CONCORD RD 


1520000 





CONCORD RD 


97600 


80 


BIRCHWOOD LN 


1142400 


48 


WINDINGWOOD LN 


622500 


5 


WINCHELSEA LN 


1365900 


233 


OLD CONCORD RD 


1966900 





OLD CONCORD RD 


4800 


35 


BROOKS RD 


795600 


121 


WESTON RD 


3531100 


100 


LINCOLN RD 


1091900 





LINCOLN RD 


103100 


34 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


510100 


181 


BEDFORD RD 


936200 


322 


HEMLOCK CR 


447900 


15C 


SOUTH COMMONS 


395400 


12 


MEADOWBROOK RD 


1241500 


90 


CONANT RD 


1042200 


50 


OLD WINTER ST 


2658900 


4 


GARLAND RD 


1976000 


121 


TOWER RD 


750700 


134 


BEDFORD RD 


831600 


106 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


1158700 


106 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


255800 


TR 


SOUTH GREAT RD 


527300 


19 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


589700 


222 


CONCORD RD 


539400 


183 


TOWER RD 


888400 


9 


OAK MEADOW 


1221800 


6D 


NORTH COMMONS 


436500 


4 


HIDDENWOOD PT 


700900 


15 


JUNIPER RIDGE RD 


594300 


18 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


560200 



Real Property Assessments as of Jan 1, 2005 

WYNERTODDE / 

YAMRON JOSEPH / YAMRON JOAN K 

YANG BING / PHAN LINDA THOA 

YAROV ALEXEI V / OATS ILONA 

Yl CHENG YING LU / Yl JEN HUA MARK 

Yl TING WANG TINA / 

YIN NANYING / CHANG XIAO JIA 

YORE GEORGE P / YORE KATHLEEN 

YOS JERROLD M / YOS ANN B 

YOUNG ANNE 

YOUNG G STEWART 

YOUNG J BRADY 

YOUNG LEE A / YOUNG JANE C 

YOUNG PETER M / YOUNG BEVERLY G 

ZARELLA ANTHONY N 

ZEE MOLLY B TR / PRUDENCE ZEE LIM 

ZEHNPFENNIG THEODORE FRANCIS / SMITH JANE THANKFUL 

ZHAO YUECHAO / LIU CHUQIAO 

ZHEN KEN / LIU MEI HUA 

ZHUQI / 

ZIMMERMAN JOEL D / ZIMMERMAN JOANNE V 

ZORNIG JOHN G / STOTERAU SUZANNE 

ZUELKE LAURENCE W / ZUELKE NANCY J 



26 


DEERHAVEN RD 


791300 


88 


LINCOLN RD 


1207700 


8 


STRATFORD WY 


3168800 


41 


GREENRIDGE LN 


401100 


20 


SUNNYSIDE LN 


559000 


32B 


INDIAN CAMP LN 


322900 


25 


ROUND HILL RD 


1315800 


316 


CAMBRIDGE TP 


303900 


17 


MILL STREET EX 


800400 


41 


BEDFORD RD 


1673800 


55 


OXBOW RD 


1641900 


42 


ROUND HILL RD 


1660800 


144 


CHESTNUT CR 


498900 





PHEASANT LN 


400 


83 


PAGE RD 


904200 


164 


SANDY POND RD 


689300 


140 


LINCOLN RD 


430200 


33 


GREENRIDGE LN 


374500 


25D 


SOUTH COMMONS 


379900 


32 


BYPASS RD 


845800 


15 


STRATFORD WY 


2989900 


6 


BROOKS RD 


783900 


36 


OLD SUDBURY RD 


683000 



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